1973 Salt Lake City Angels Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 79-65
Finished 2nd in the PCL's East Division
Manager: Les Moss (79-65)
Affiliation: California Angels
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Ballpark: Derks Field
Attendance: 162,581, Avg. 2,258
1973 Salt Lake City Angels Statistics

The Salt Lake City Angels of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1973 season with a record of 79 wins and 65 losses, finishing second in the league's East Division.

The Angels scored 763 runs and yielded 695 runs. Billy Parker led Salt Lake City with 25 home runs, while Charlie Sands and Doug Howard walloped 15 or more as well. Billy Parker drove in 87 runs. Mickey Rivers paced batters with significant playing time with a .336 average. Andy Hassler topped the squad with 13 wins, and Rick Young recorded a 3.11 ERA, best among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Members of the 1973 Salt Lake City Angels who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Art Kusnyer, Don Rose, Chuck Hockenbery, Bruce Miller, Bruce Christensen, Charlie Sands, Chris Coletta, Andy Hassler, Dave Leonhard, Winston Llenas, Paul Dade, Doug Howard, Terry Wilshusen, Aurelio Monteagudo, Billy Parker, John Cumberland, Dick Lange, Jerry DaVanon, Jim Hutto, Mickey Rivers, Bobby Brooks, Frank Tanana, Greg Washburn, Rick Stelmaszek, Ed Figueroa, John Doherty, Mike Strahler, Ron Clark, Curt Motton and Dave Chalk.

Les Moss served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Sam AshfordLRMarch 22, 19516'1"180Birmingham, AL US
Tony BarrientosRRAugust 4, 19515'11"180Jaibon, DO
Bobby BrooksRRNovember 1, 19455'8"165Los Angeles, CA US
Dave ChalkRRAugust 30, 19505'10"175Del Rio, TX US
David ChorleyRRNovember 9, 19515'11"190Bellflower, CA US
Bruce ChristensenLRFebruary 22, 19485'11"160Madison, WI US
Ron ClarkRRJanuary 14, 19435'10"175Fort Worth, TX US
Chris ColettaLLAugust 2, 19445'11"190Brooklyn, NY US
John CumberlandRLMay 10, 19476'0"185Westbrook, ME US
Paul DadeRRDecember 7, 19516'1"185Seattle, WA US
Jerry DaVanonRRAugust 21, 19455'11"175Oceanside, CA US
John DohertyLLAugust 22, 19515'11"185Woburn, MA US
Jack DonovanRRAugust 4, 19496'2"180Staten Island, NY US
Ed FigueroaRROctober 14, 19486'1"190Ciales, PR
Larry HansonRRSeptember 12, 19476'3"200Tacoma, WA US
Andy HasslerLLOctober 18, 19516'5"220Texas City, TX US
Bruce HeinbechnerLLFebruary 23, 19516'1"195Inglewood, CA US
Chuck HockenberySRDecember 15, 19506'1"195La Crosse, WI US
Doug HowardRRFebruary 6, 19486'3"185Salt Lake City, UT US
Jim HuttoRROctober 17, 19475'11"195Norfolk, VA US
Bill KirkpatrickRRApril 13, 19476'1"188
Art KusnyerRRDecember 19, 19456'2"197Akron, OH US
Dick LangeRRSeptember 1, 19485'10"185Harbor Beach, MI US
Dave LeonhardRRJanuary 22, 19415'11"165Arlington, VA US
Winston LlenasRRSeptember 23, 19435'10"165Santiago, Santiago DO
Robert MarcanoRRJune 7, 19515'10"165
Bruce MillerRRMarch 4, 19476'1"185Fort Wayne, IN US
Mike MinsterRRMay 11, 19486'3"200Chicago, IL US
Aurelio MonteagudoRRNovember 19, 19435'11"180Caibarien, CU
Curt MottonRRSeptember 24, 19405'8"164Darnell, LA US
Billy ParkerRRJanuary 14, 19425'8"168Hayneville, AL US
Mickey RiversLLOctober 30, 19485'10"165Miami, FL US
Don RoseRRMarch 19, 19476'3"195Covina, CA US
Charlie SandsLRDecember 17, 19476'2"200Newport News, VA US
Thor SkoganRLFebruary 10, 19495'11"170Oslo, NO
Rick StelmaszekLROctober 8, 19486'1"195Chicago, IL US
Jimmy StewartRRJanuary 22, 19496'4"200
Mike StrahlerRRMarch 14, 19476'4"180Chicago, IL US
Frank TananaLLJuly 3, 19536'2"180Detroit, MI US
Greg WashburnRRDecember 3, 19466'0"190Coal City, IL US
Terry WilshusenRRMarch 22, 19496'2"210Atascadero, CA US
Rick YoungLLMarch 17, 19516'0"175Chicago, 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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