1951 Redding Browns Roster

Far West League (FWL) - Class: D
Team Record: 76-55
Finished 1st in the FWL
Manager: Ray Perry (76-55)
Affiliation: St. Louis Browns
Location: Redding, California
Ballpark: Tiger Field
Attendance: 37,660, Avg. 575
1951 Redding Browns Statistics

Playoffs - Klamath Falls Gems 3 games, Redding Browns 0

The Redding Browns of the Far West League ended the 1951 season with a record of 76 wins and 55 losses, finishing first in the FWL.

The Browns plated 897 runs and allowed 810 runs. Ray Perry topped hitters with significant playing time by hitting .349. Gordie Tench led Redding with 16 wins, while Eldon Russell recorded a 4.23 ERA, leading regularly-used pitchers. Ray Perry served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Bernie AndersonLRJanuary 6, 19305'10"175Duncan, BC CA
John BuchananLL6'2"190Trail, BC CA
Wayne ClaryLRJanuary 2, 19316'0"180Lewis County, MO US
Jerry CulwellRRApril 30, 19326'2"180Hector, AR US
Ronald CurbyRROctober 22, 19306'2"180Calgary, AB CA
Russell Hagen
Gerald HallgrenLRApril 30, 19326'0"179Edmonton, AB CA
Clifford KeeleyRRFebruary 12, 19315'11"175Blue River, BC CA
Dick LackRJanuary 6, 19335'11"165
Clifford Long
Jay MattsonLLMarch 16, 19336'0"195Wolbach, NE US
Hank MorenoRRMay 2, 19335'9"170
Billy MurphyRRJune 20, 19326'1"165Slick, OK US
Floyd OgdenRApril 30, 19295'9"180Monroe, WA US
Ray PerryRRDecember 23, 19195'7"175San Francisco, CA US
Ransome RolfeRR6'0"165
Eldon RussellRRFebruary 9, 19326'1"195
Gale SmithR6'2"175
Ken SmithJune 13, 1930
Gordie TenchRRAugust 10, 19316'1"165Trail, BC CA
Frank VaselenakJune 17, 1930Chicago, IL 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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