1981 Salt Lake City Gulls Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 63-71
Finished 3rd in the PCL's South Division
Manager: Moose Stubing (63-71)
Affiliation: California Angels
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Ballpark: Derks Field
Attendance: 205,353, Avg. 3,065
1981 Salt Lake City Gulls Statistics

The Salt Lake City Gulls of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1981 season with a record of 63 wins and 71 losses, finishing third in the league's South Division.

The Gulls scored 770 runs and allowed 850 runs, most in the circuit. Brian Harper led Salt Lake City with 28 home runs, while Tom Brunansky and Mike Bishop walloped 15 or more as well. Brian Harper drove in 122 runs. Daryl Sconiers paced all regular batters with a .354 average. Steve Brown topped the squad with 11 wins, and Rick Steirer recorded a 4.58 ERA, best among qualifying pitchers.

Players from the 1981 Salt Lake City Gulls who spent time in Major League Baseball during their careers included Luis Sánchez, John Harris, Mike Bishop, Chris Knapp, Ángel Moreno, Tom Brunansky, Mickey Mahler, Steve Brown, Bob Davis, Rick Steirer, Freddie Martínez, Doug Rau, Dave Frost, Brian Harper, Bob Ferris, Dave Schuler, Craig Eaton, Ralph Botting, John D'Acquisto, Daryl Sconiers, Pepe Mangual, Mike Walters, Fernando González and Steve Lubratich.

Moose Stubing served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Jeff BertoniRRAugust 3, 19556'2"180
Mike BishopRRNovember 5, 19586'2"188Santa Maria, CA US
Robert BohnetRRJune 15, 19576'1"190
Ralph BottingLLMay 12, 19556'0"195Houlton, ME US
Steve BrownRRFebruary 12, 19576'5"200San Francisco, CA US
Tom BrunanskyRRAugust 20, 19606'4"210Covina, CA US
Scott CarnesRRNovember 16, 19555'9"175
John D'AcquistoRRDecember 24, 19516'2"205San Diego, CA US
Bob DavisRRMarch 1, 19526'0"180Pryor, OK US
Craig EatonRRSeptember 7, 19545'11"175Cincinnati, OH US
Bob FerrisRRMay 7, 19556'6"225Arlington, VA US
Dave FrostRRNovember 17, 19526'6"235Long Beach, CA US
Fernando GonzálezRRJune 19, 19505'10"165Arecibo, PR
Brian HarperRROctober 16, 19596'2"195Los Angeles, CA US
John HarrisLLSeptember 13, 19546'3"205Portland, OR US
Chris KnappRRSeptember 16, 19536'5"195Cherry Point, NC US
Steve LubratichRRMay 1, 19556'0"170Oakland, CA US
Mickey MahlerSLJuly 30, 19526'3"189Montgomery, AL US
Pepe MangualRRMay 23, 19525'10"157Ponce, PR
Freddie MartínezRRMarch 15, 19576'3"185Los Angeles, CA US
Scott MoffittRRApril 22, 19556'3"195
Ángel MorenoLLJune 6, 19555'9"165Soledad de Doblado, Veracruz MX
Wayne PechekLLJuly 11, 19556'0"170
Don PiskerLLDecember 29, 19536'2"180
Doug RauLLDecember 15, 19486'2"175Columbus, TX US
Luis SánchezRRAugust 24, 19536'2"170Cariaco, Sucre VE
Dave SchulerRLOctober 4, 19536'4"210Framingham, MA US
Daryl SconiersLLOctober 3, 19586'2"185San Bernardino, CA US
Rick SteirerRRAugust 27, 19566'4"200Baltimore, MD US
Mike WaltersRROctober 18, 19576'5"203St. Louis, MO 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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