1985 Quad Cities Angels Roster

Midwest League (MWL) - Class: A
Team Record: 66-74
Finished 2nd in the MWL's South Division
Manager: Bill Lachemann (66-74)
Affiliation: California Angels
Location: Moline, Illinois; Rock Island, Illinois; Bettendorf, Iowa; Davenport, Iowa
Ballpark: John O'Donnell Stadium
Attendance: 153,414, Avg. 2,192
1985 Quad Cities Angels Statistics

The Quad Cities Angels of the Midwest League ended the 1985 season with a record of 66 wins and 74 losses, finishing second in the league's South Division.

The Angels scored 642 runs and surrendered 673 runs. Dante Bichette and Jeff Manto led Quad Cities with 11 home runs apiece. Dante Bichette accounted for 78 RBI. Dave Montanari paced all regular batters by connecting at a .272 clip. Mike Romanovsky topped the squad with 12 wins, while Todd Eggertsen registered a 3.62 earned run average, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Dante Bichette, Pete Coachman, Mike Cook, Willie Fraser, Miguel García, Bryan Harvey, Doug Jennings, Jeff Manto and Erik Pappas were all players from the 1985 Quad Cities Angels who played in the Major Leagues during their careers.

Bill Lachemann served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Ed AlfonzoRRJune 10, 19675'11"180Caracas, Distrito Federal VE
Tom AlfredsonRRNovember 13, 19656'0"175Freeport, BS
Doug BanningRRMay 3, 19616'1"190Englewood, CO US
Dante BichetteRRNovember 18, 19636'3"215West Palm Beach, FL US
Mike ButlerLDecember 26, 19616'4"195
Mike CampbellLLMay 21, 19635'11"175
Gregory CantrellRRFebruary 22, 19606'3"190
Vinicio CedenoRApril 6, 19645'10"185La Romana, La Romana DO
Pete CoachmanRRNovember 11, 19615'9"175Cottonwood, AL US
Larry CookLNovember 4, 19646'3"175
Mike CookRRAugust 14, 19636'3"200Charleston, SC US
Barry DacusRJune 27, 19616'1"190
Todd EggertsenRSeptember 29, 19666'3"185
Julio FrancoRMay 12, 19656'3"180
Willie FraserRRMay 26, 19646'1"200New York, NY US
Miguel GarcíaLLApril 3, 19675'11"173Caracas, Distrito Federal VE
Kenny GrantRRJanuary 9, 19655'10"175Varnsville, SC US
Bryan HarveyRRJune 2, 19636'3"205Soddy-Daisy, TN US
Chris HorrellRJanuary 5, 19646'1"175
Doug JenningsLLSeptember 30, 19645'10"175Atlanta, GA US
Genaro JimenezRRMay 2, 19666'0"165
Terry JonesLLMay 8, 19636'2"200
Jeff MantoRRAugust 23, 19646'3"210Bristol, PA US
Edwin MarquezRRJanuary 6, 19656'0"170Puerto La Cruz, Anzoategui VE
Dave MartinezRRSeptember 18, 19636'0"190
Dave MontanariLRJune 10, 19605'11"180
Dario NunezSRDecember 29, 19656'0"160
Erik PappasRRApril 25, 19666'0"190Chicago, IL US
Allen PetersonSROctober 15, 19616'1"195
Mike RomanovskyLDecember 8, 19616'1"185
Chris SciaccaSRNovember 2, 19646'2"170
Rick SmithRRJanuary 18, 1963
Phil VenturinoRJanuary 26, 19636'2"180

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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