1940 Shelby Colonels Roster

Tar Heel League (THL) - Class: D
Team Record: 16-54
in the THL
Manager: Lou Haneles (0-0), Arthur Patchin (0-0)
Affiliation: Washington Senators
Location: Shelby, North Carolina
Ballpark: Cleveland Cloth Mills Park, Veterans Stadium

1940 Shelby Colonels Statistics

The Shelby Colonels of the Tar Heel League ended the 1940 season with a record of 16 wins and 54 lossesNewton-Conover and Shelby disbanded July 19.

Lou Haneles and Arthur Patchin served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Charles Whitfield
John Palmer
John MossNovember 10, 1918Kings Mountain, NC US
Harry MerchantR5'11"155
J. V. McGinnisRNovember 21, 19195'11"160Gastonia, NC US
Earl McCraw
Grady Lutz
Glenn LivingstonLRMay 3, 19176'0"170
Larry LetteriNovember 19, 1919
Ralph Juzwik
T. J. Johnston
John Jamison
Charles Parker
Arthur PatchinRR5'10"180
Jack Paul
George Waterson
Harry Sullivan
Sylvester SturgesR6'0"175New York, NY US
Don Sternberg
Ginny Smith
Charles Smith
Mischa Sheehan
Wilfred Sands
Charles RussianR5'10"165
James Rhyne
Michael Proch
Harry HumphreyRR5'11"150
Robert Horton
Lou HanelesLLSeptember 15, 19166'0"175Chicago, IL US
Lloyd Crain
Morris CookRSeptember 28, 19225'6"160
Red CohnRRMarch 28, 1920
Clint Cason
John BorsaNovember 2, 1918Warren, MA US
George BiershenkR5'8"180
Newsom Beaver
Claude Beam
Rhea Barber
Frank Baktis
Clarence Anderson
Cliff Davis
Jerome Dean
Chet DubicR6'0"182Detroit, MI US
George Grunowicz
Guy GoldLL5'10"175
Harold Godwin
Robert GloverL6'0"175
Douglas Glover
Danny GardellaLLFebruary 26, 19205'7"160New York, NY US
Harold Freed
Delbert Elger
Francis Edwards
John Earnhardt
Grant Duncan
Bo Akin



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