1983 Salt Lake City Gulls Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 67-75
Finished 3rd in the PCL's North Division
Manager: Bobby Floyd (67-75)
Affiliation: Seattle Mariners
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Ballpark: Derks Field
Attendance: 280,130, Avg. 3,945
1983 Salt Lake City Gulls Statistics

The Salt Lake City Gulls of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1983 season with a record of 67 wins and 75 losses, finishing third in the league's North Division.

The Gulls scored 894 runs and yielded 856 runs. Ken Phelps led Salt Lake City with 24 home runs, while Glen Walker walloped 15 or more, too. Glen Walker drove in 86 runs. Phil Bradley paced hitters with significant playing time with a .323 average. Brian Allard topped the squad with 10 wins, and Scott Stranski registered a 5.29 earned run average, tops among hurlers with significant time on the mound.

Mike Moore, John Moses, Jamie Allen, Rod Allen, Brian Allard, John Sutton, Bob Babcock, Brian Snyder, Steve Comer, Gene Nelson, Darnell Coles, Jim Beattie, Harold Reynolds, Jim Maler, Orlando Mercado, Ricky Nelson, Spike Owen, Ken Phelps, Ed Núñez, Joe Decker, Al Chambers, Dave Edler, Phil Bradley, Jerry Don Gleaton, Karl Best, Terry Bulling, Glenn Abbott and Jamie Nelson were all players from the 1983 Salt Lake City Gulls who played in the Majors during their careers.

Bobby Floyd served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Glenn AbbottRRFebruary 16, 19516'6"200Little Rock, AR US
Rick AdairLLJanuary 19, 19586'0"170Spartanburg, SC US
Brian AllardRRJanuary 3, 19586'1"175Spring Valley, IL US
Jamie AllenRRMay 29, 19586'0"205Yakima, WA US
Rod AllenRROctober 5, 19596'1"185Los Angeles, CA US
Bob BabcockRRAugust 25, 19496'5"210New Castle, PA US
Scott BarnhouseRRMarch 31, 19606'0"185
Jim BeattieRRJuly 4, 19546'5"210Hampton, VA US
Karl BestRRMarch 6, 19596'4"190Aberdeen, WA US
Phil BradleyRRMarch 11, 19596'0"185Bloomington, IN US
Terry BullingRRDecember 15, 19526'1"200Lynwood, CA US
Al ChambersLLMarch 24, 19616'4"217Harrisburg, PA US
Darnell ColesRRJune 2, 19626'1"185San Bernardino, CA US
Steve ComerSRJanuary 13, 19546'3"195Minneapolis, MN US
Bill CroneRRAugust 26, 19585'10"160
Joe DeckerRRJune 16, 19476'0"180Storm Lake, IA US
Dave EdlerRRAugust 5, 19566'0"185Sioux City, IA US
Manny EstradaRRJune 9, 19525'8"165La Habana, La Habana CU
Jerry Don GleatonLLSeptember 14, 19576'3"205Brownwood, TX US
Jim MalerRRAugust 16, 19586'4"230New York, NY US
Orlando MercadoRRNovember 7, 19616'0"180Arecibo, PR
Mike MooreRRNovember 26, 19596'4"205Carnegie, OK US
John MosesSLAugust 9, 19575'10"165Los Angeles, CA US
Jed MurrayRSeptember 9, 19576'2"185
Tito NanniLLDecember 3, 19596'4"205
Gene NelsonRRDecember 3, 19606'0"172Tampa, FL US
Jamie NelsonRRSeptember 5, 19595'11"180Clinton, OK US
Ricky NelsonLRMay 8, 19596'0"200Eloy, AZ US
Ed NúñezRRMay 27, 19636'5"235Humacao, PR
Spike OwenSRApril 19, 19615'9"165Cleburne, TX US
Ken PhelpsLLAugust 6, 19546'1"209Seattle, WA US
Harold ReynoldsSRNovember 26, 19605'11"165Eugene, OR US
Brian SnyderLLFebruary 20, 19586'3"185Flemington, NJ US
Scott StranskiRNovember 27, 19576'4"210
John SuttonRRNovember 13, 19525'11"185Dallas, TX US
Glen WalkerRRJanuary 31, 19586'0"185Los Angeles, CA 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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