1884 St. Paul Apostles Roster

Northwestern League (NL)
Team Record: 24-48
9th in the NL
Manager: Lem Hunter (0-0), Andrew Thompson (7-7), Andrew Thompson (0-0)
Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
Ballpark: West Seventh Street Park, Dale and Aurora Grounds

1884 St. Paul Apostles Statistics

The St. Paul Apostles of the Northwestern League ended the 1884 season with a record of 24 wins and 48 losses, ninth in the NL.

The Apostles scored 345 runs and conceded 518 runs, most in the circuit. Billy O'Brien led hitters with significant playing time by connecting at a .281 clip. Elmer Foster topped St. Paul with 17 wins and a team-best 1.18 ERA, tops among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Members of the 1884 St. Paul Apostles who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Steve Dunn, Moxie Hengel, Lem Hunter, Al Dwight, Frank Olin, John Tilley, Jack Gorman, Bill Barnes, Pat Dealy, Harry Arundel, Will Foley, John Clapp, Frank Graves, Joe Werrick, Ed Brown, Elmer Foster, Charlie Ganzel, Scrappy Carroll, Lou Galvin and Billy O'Brien.

Lem Hunter, Andrew Thompson and Andrew Thompson served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
George Aber
Jack GormanRSt. Louis, MO US
Frank GravesRRNovember 2, 18606'0"163Cincinnati, OH US
Moxie HengelROctober 7, 18575'8"144Chicago, IL US
Lem HunterJanuary 16, 1863Warren, OH US
F. Nettleton
George NettletonFebruary 0, 1881
Billy O'BrienRRMarch 14, 18606'0"185Albany, NY US
Frank OlinLJanuary 9, 1860Woodford, VT US
C. M. Parker
John TilleyRAugust 0, 18545'7"154New York, NY US
Charlie GanzelRRJune 18, 18626'0"161Waterford, WI US
Lou GalvinApril 23, 1863St. Paul, MN US
Harry ArundelRFebruary 8, 18555'6"145Philadelphia, PA US
Bill BarnesApril 13, 18585'10"175Shakopee, MN US
Ed BrownR178Chicago, IL US
Scrappy CarrollRAugust 27, 18605'7"160Buffalo, NY US
John ClappRRJuly 15, 18515'7"194Ithaca, NY US
George Crawford
Pat DealyRRNovember 12, 18615'8"145Underhill, VT US
Steve DunnLDecember 21, 18585'9"173London, ON CA
Al DwightJanuary 4, 1856New York, NY US
Will FoleyRRNovember 15, 18555'9"150Chicago, IL US
Elmer FosterRLAugust 15, 18615'10"178Minneapolis, MN US
Joe WerrickRROctober 25, 18615'9"151St. Paul, MN US

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