1947 Phoenix Senators Roster

Arizona-Texas League (AAL) - Class: C
Team Record: 82-51
1st in the AAL
Manager: Charles Biggs (82-51)
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Ballpark: Phoenix Municipal Stadium
Attendance: 55,452, Avg. 834
1947 Phoenix Senators Statistics

Playoffs - Globe-Miami Browns 2 games, Phoenix Senators 0

The Phoenix Senators of the Arizona-Texas League ended the 1947 season with a record of 82 wins and 51 losses, first in the AAL.

Charles Biggs served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Mark TorresRRSeptember 16, 19265'8"185, MX
Donald GephartL5'6"160
Derald GephartRRJuly 6, 19265'10"179
Buck ElliottLRFebruary 27, 19196'0"170Lewisburg, PA US
John ConantLRDecember 31, 19225'10"180Surgoinsville, TN US
William ChambersR5'10"190
Don CantrellRROctober 19, 19195'10"160Los Banos, CA US
John BurrowsRLOctober 30, 19135'10"200Winnfield, LA US
Carl Branum
Hugh BlackR5'8"175
Charles BiggsRRApril 14, 19125'11"165Greenbrier, AR US
W. Biale
Donald BarclayL5'11"185
Stan GoletzLLMay 21, 19186'3"200Crescent, OH US
Ed GrahamRRDecember 8, 19236'2"200Hayden, AZ US
Pete HughesLLApril 16, 19155'11"200Los Angeles, CA US
Bill TaylorLLDecember 30, 19296'3"212Alhambra, CA US
Donald StanfordR6'0"185
Walt RaimondiRROctober 4, 19245'10"160Oakland, CA US
Joe NicholasRRApril 26, 19236'0"170Hayward, CA US
Chester McNabbR6'2"198
Raymond MartinezRRFebruary 18, 19265'10"180South Colton, CA US
Billy MartinRRMay 16, 19285'11"165Berkeley, CA US
Raymond MachadoRR6'2"195
Ira LizeeRLJune 7, 19225'9"165
Edward LeneveROctober 25, 19295'9"165Richmond, CA US
Robert Laurent
S. Johnson
William AydelotteRSeptember 8, 19255'8"155Oakland, CA US

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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