1969 Salt Lake City Bees Roster

Pioneer League (PL) - Class: R
Team Record: 38-33
Finished 4th in the PL
Manager: Dave Garcia (38-33)
Affiliation: San Diego Padres
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Ballpark: Derks Field
Attendance: 76,789, Avg. 2,163
1969 Salt Lake City Bees Statistics

The Salt Lake City Bees of the Pioneer League ended the 1969 season with a record of 38 wins and 33 losses, finishing fourth in the PL.

The Bees plated 368 runs and yielded 326 runs. Randy Elliott drove in 50 runs. Gil Vidrio led all qualifying hitters on the roster by connecting at a .354 clip. Richard Zinniger topped the squad with 13 wins and a team-best 1.82 earned run average, leading regular hurlers.

Randy Elliott played in Major League Baseball during his career, the only member of the Salt Lake City Bees to do so.

Dave Garcia served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Michael AndersRR6'2"195
Aubrey AndersonLR6'0"180
Johnny BacaRROctober 4, 19506'1"175
Jose BasterrecheaRR6'2"175
Eli BorundaRRJuly 26, 19516'5"210
Charles BrookshireRR6'1"195
Kenneth DavisLL6'4"215
David DoyleRR6'0"170
Randy ElliottRRJune 5, 19516'2"190Oxnard, CA US
Terry GardnerRR6'6"195
Luciano HernandezRR5'11"175
Henry JacksonRR6'2"195
David JakubsRRMarch 2, 19496'2"195
Gerry KammelRRMay 11, 19476'1"200
David KostivalLR6'0"185
Gerry LawRR6'2"
Richard LonghurstRR6'2"190
John PrestonRROctober 31, 19506'3"180
Edward RundleLR5'10"175
Keith ShetlerLL5'11"160
Gregory SinclairRRApril 14, 19476'4"200
Grant SteerLLApril 17, 19486'1"185Salinas, CA US
Charles TaylorLL6'2"178
Marvin ThompsonRR6'2"210
Gil VidrioRRNovember 13, 19505'9"165Fontaine, BE
Lawrence WhitesideSR6'0"185
Danny YoungRR6'1"188
Thomas ZartaRRFebruary 12, 19485'11"185
Richard ZinnigerRLSeptember 5, 19475'10"185La Salla, CA US
Wayne ZurburgRR6'1"195

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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