1993 Richmond Braves Roster

International League (IL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 80-62
2nd in the IL's West Division
Manager: Grady Little (80-62)
Affiliation: Atlanta Braves
Location: Richmond, Virginia
Ballpark: The Diamond
Attendance: 533,076, Avg. 7,839 in 68 home dates
1993 Richmond Braves Statistics

Playoffs - Charlotte Knights 3 games, Richmond Braves 1

The Richmond Braves of the International League ended the 1993 season with a record of 80 wins and 62 losses, second in the league's West Division.

The Braves plated 746 runs and yielded 606 runs. Ryan Klesko paced Richmond with 22 home runs, while Javy Lopez, Mike Kelly, Tony Tarasco and Jose Oliva each walloped 20 or more, too. Chipper Jones drove in 89 runs and topped all qualifying hitters on the roster by hitting .325. Mike Birkbeck led the squad with 13 wins and a team-best 3.11 ERA, tops among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Carlos Reyes, Dale Polley, Randy St. Claire, Mike Loynd, Javy Lopez, Vance Lovelace, Bobby Moore, Keith Mitchell, Mike Mordecai, Jose Oliva, Melvin Nieves, Donnie Elliott, Marvin Freeman, Tony Tarasco, Billy Taylor, Brian Hunter, Shawn Holman, Tyler Houston, Brian Kowitz, Ryan Klesko, Ron Jones, Mike Kelly, Chipper Jones, Brian Bark, Pedro Borbon, Ramon Caraballo and Mike Birkbeck were all players from the 1993 Richmond Braves who played in the Majors during their careers.

Grady Little served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Brian BarkLLAugust 26, 19685'9"170Baltimore, MD US
Mike LoyndRRMarch 26, 19646'4"210St. Louis, MO US
Keith MitchellRRAugust 6, 19695'10"180San Diego, CA US
Bobby MooreRROctober 27, 19655'11"165Cincinnati, OH US
Mike MordecaiRRDecember 13, 19675'11"175Birmingham, AL US
Melvin NievesSRDecember 28, 19716'2"185San Juan, PR
Jose OlivaRRMarch 3, 19716'3"215San Pedro de Macoris, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Dale PolleyRLAugust 9, 19656'0"165Georgetown, KY US
Carlos ReyesRRApril 4, 19696'1"190Miami, FL US
Nap RobinsonRRJanuary 26, 19666'3"195
Boi RodriguezLRApril 14, 19666'1"205Dorado Beach, PR
Randy St. ClaireRRAugust 23, 19606'3"180Glens Falls, NY US
Don StrangeRRMay 26, 19676'0"195Springfield, MA US
Tony TarascoLRDecember 9, 19706'0"185New York, NY US
Billy TaylorRROctober 16, 19616'8"200Monticello, FL US
Vance LovelaceLLAugust 9, 19636'5"205Tampa, FL US
Javy LopezRRNovember 5, 19706'3"185Ponce, PR
Brian KowitzLLAugust 7, 19695'10"182Baltimore, MD US
Mike BirkbeckRRMarch 10, 19616'1"190Orrville, OH US
Pedro BorbonRLNovember 15, 19676'1"205Mao, Valverde DO
Dennis BurlingameRRJune 17, 19696'3"205Woodbury, NJ US
Ramon CaraballoSRMay 23, 19695'7"150Rio San Juan, Maria Trinidad Sanchez DO
Donnie ElliottRRSeptember 20, 19686'4"190Pasadena, TX US
Marvin FreemanRRApril 10, 19636'7"200Chicago, IL US
Shawn HolmanRRNovember 10, 19646'2"185Sewickley, PA US
Mike HostetlerRRJune 5, 19706'2"195Marietta, GA US
Tyler HoustonLRJanuary 17, 19716'2"210Las Vegas, NV US
Brian HunterRLMarch 4, 19686'0"195Torrance, CA US
Judd JohnsonRLMay 4, 19666'0"185Portsmouth, OH US
Barry JonesLRFebruary 14, 19656'1"220Walker Springs, AL US
Chipper JonesSRApril 24, 19726'4"210Deland, FL US
Ron JonesLRJune 11, 19645'10"195Seguin, TX US
Mike KellyRRJune 2, 19706'4"195Los Angeles, CA US
Ryan KleskoLLJune 12, 19716'3"220Westminster, 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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