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1982 Spokane Indians Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 78-65
Finished 2nd in the PCL's North Division
Manager: Moose Stubing (78-65)
Affiliation: California Angels
Location: Spokane, Washington
Ballpark: Avista Stadium
Attendance: 221,526, Avg. 3,098
1982 Spokane Indians Statistics

Playoffs - Spokane Indians 2 games, Tacoma Tigers 1
Finals - Albuquerque Dukes 4 games, Spokane Indians 2

The Spokane Indians of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1982 season with a record of 78 wins and 65 losses, finishing second in the league's North Division.

The Indians scored 785 runs and conceded 737 runs. Les Pearsey paced Spokane with 17 home runs Steve Lubratich accounted for 88 RBI and topped all qualifying hitters on the roster by hitting .338, while Steve Brown led the team with 14 wins, and Craig Eaton recorded a 3.53 ERA, tops among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Members of the 1982 Spokane Indians who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Byron McLaughlin, Mickey Mahler, Pepe Mangual, Steve Lubratich, Jerry Narron, Freddie Martinez, Angel Moreno, Jose Moreno, John Harris, Ron Jackson, Mike Walters, Rick Steirer, Dennis Rasmussen, Luis Sanchez, Gary Pettis, Dick Schofield, Daryl Sconiers, Jeff Schneider, Craig Gerber, Doug Corbett, Joe Coleman, Craig Eaton, Ricky Adams, Craig Cacek, Mike Brown, Curt Brown, Steve Brown, Tom Brunansky, Stew Cliburn and Mike Bishop.

Moose Stubing served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Ricky AdamsRRJanuary 21, 19596'2"180Upland, CA US
Jeff BertoniRRAugust 3, 19556'2"180
Mike BishopRRNovember 5, 19586'2"188Santa Maria, CA US
Bart BraunRRApril 14, 19566'2"174
Curt BrownRRJanuary 15, 19606'5"200Fort Lauderdale, FL US
Mike BrownRRDecember 29, 19596'2"195San Francisco, CA US
Steve BrownRRFebruary 12, 19576'5"200San Francisco, CA US
Tom BrunanskyRRAugust 20, 19606'4"210Covina, CA US
Craig CacekRRSeptember 10, 19546'1"200Los Angeles, CA US
Scott CarnesRRNovember 16, 19555'9"175
Stew CliburnRRDecember 19, 19566'0"195Jackson, MS US
Joe ColemanRRFebruary 3, 19476'3"175Boston, MA US
Doug CorbettRRNovember 4, 19526'1"185Sarasota, FL US
Craig EatonRRSeptember 7, 19545'11"175Cincinnati, OH US
Rickey FoleyRRMay 6, 19566'2"200
Craig GerberLRJanuary 8, 19596'0"175Chicago, IL US
John HarrisLLSeptember 13, 19546'3"205Portland, OR US
Steve HerzRRAugust 28, 19566'2"210Los Angeles, CA US
Ron JacksonRRMay 9, 19536'0"200Birmingham, AL 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 MartinezRRMarch 15, 19576'3"185Los Angeles, CA US
Byron McLaughlinRRSeptember 29, 19556'1"175Van Nuys, CA US
Angel MorenoLLJune 6, 19555'9"165Soledad de Doblado, Veracruz MX
Jose MorenoSRNovember 1, 19576'0"175Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Jerry NarronLRJanuary 15, 19566'3"205Goldsboro, NC US
Les PearseyRRJanuary 31, 19566'3"190Inglewood, CA US
Gary PettisSRApril 3, 19586'1"165Oakland, CA US
Gus QuirosRRMay 20, 19536'0"170
Dennis RasmussenLLApril 18, 19596'7"230Los Angeles, CA US
Luis SanchezRRAugust 24, 19536'2"170Cariaco, Sucre VE
Jeff SchneiderSLDecember 6, 19526'3"195Bremerton, WA US
Dick SchofieldRRNovember 21, 19625'10"175Springfield, IL 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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