1995 Palm Springs Suns Roster

Western League (WL) - Independent
Team Record: 43-47
4th in the WL's South Division
Manager: Bill Sudakis (43-47)
Location: Palm Springs, California
Ballpark: Angels Stadium
Attendance: 61,595, Avg. 1,369
1995 Palm Springs Suns Statistics

The Palm Springs Suns of the Western League ended the 1995 season with a record of 43 wins and 47 losses, fourth in the league's South Division.

The Suns plated 436 runs and conceded 487 runs. Jeremias Peguero paced Palm Springs with 13 home runs Bernie Nunez drove in 56 runs. Kraig Constantino topped all qualifying hitters on the roster by connecting at a .334 clip, and Darrell Goedhart led the team with 6 wins, while Steve Gay earned a 3.7 ERA, tops among regular hurlers.

Ariel Prieto and Joey Dawley both played in Major League Baseball during their careers.

Bill Sudakis served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Mark AveryRRJuly 26, 19706'2"215Grosse Pointe, MI US
Eric MartinLRDecember 9, 19716'0"195Bellflower, CA US
Gustavo MartinezRRAugust 30, 19706'1"157Santiago, Santiago DO
James NelsonRLJanuary 8, 19735'11"170
Bernie NunezRRAugust 6, 19686'1"240Puerto Plata, DO
Brett O'DeaLLMay 9, 19736'0"175Cheverly, MD US
Duane PageRRMarch 10, 19726'3"215Westminster, CA US
R. J. PalmaRR
Jeremias PegueroRRFebruary 8, 19656'0"195San Cristobal, San Cristobal DO
Ron PellizzariLLSeptember 13, 19695'11"190San Jose, CA US
Ariel PrietoRROctober 22, 19696'3"220La Habana, La Habana CU
Euky RojasRRAugust 25, 19676'0"190La Habana, La Habana CU
Billy ScheibeSR
Britton ScheibeSRJanuary 4, 19726'3"200Burlingame, CA US
Ramon TavarezSRNovember 12, 19695'11"180San Marco, DO
Scott LavertyRRDecember 10, 19716'1"190Walnut Creek, CA US
Ken KrahenbuhlSRMay 28, 19686'2"210Oxnard, CA US
Rafael JaquelRRMarch 2, 19706'2"180La Romana, DO
Bill BeneRRNovember 21, 19676'4"205Long Beach, CA US
Reynaldo BritoRRNovember 29, 19716'2"157San Cristobal, San Cristobal DO
Chad CandaRRJanuary 21, 19725'10"195Hilo, HI US
Greg CarlSRMay 16, 19725'10"185Danville, IL US
Marc CombsLRJuly 18, 19625'9"150Fresno, CA US
Kraig ConstantinoRRJanuary 13, 19706'5"235San Jose, CA US
Joey DawleyRRSeptember 19, 19716'4"205Riverside, CA US
Yedis DeLeonRR
Marc DiCarloLLFebruary 2, 19706'5"220San Bernardino, CA US
Tommy EideRRMarch 29, 19726'2"185Carmichael, CA US
Eric EricksonLLOctober 31, 19616'4"200Santa Monica, CA US
Steve GayRRDecember 23, 19716'3"170Lompoc, UT US
Darrell GoedhartRRJuly 18, 19706'3"210Hemet, CA US
Ken HuthSRFebruary 27, 19616'1"200
Herminio ToribioRROctober 18, 19726'2"145Santiago, Santiago DO

Average attendance is based upon the number of actual home dates where known (most leagues from 1992 and later). Where the number of home dates is not known, the average is calculated using half the team's total games.




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