1993 St. Paul Saints Roster

Northern League (NL) - Independent
Team Record: 42-29
Finished 1st in the NL
Manager: Tim Blackwell (42-29)
Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
Ballpark: Midway Stadium
Attendance: 167,956, Avg. 4,731
1993 St. Paul Saints Statistics

Playoffs - St. Paul Saints 3 games, Rochester Aces 1

The St. Paul Saints of the Northern League ended the 1993 season with a record of 42 wins and 29 losses, finishing first in the NL.

The Saints paced the league with 382 runs, ignited by 34 home runs. St. Paul surrendered 314 runs. Leon Durham led the team with 11 home runs and drove in 59 runs. Scott Meadows topped all qualifying hitters on the roster by hitting .324. Mike Mimbs paced the squad with 8 wins, while Jim Manfred recorded a 2.06 ERA, best among qualifying pitchers.

Members of the 1993 St. Paul Saints who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Minnie Miñoso, Jim Eppard, Eddie Oropesa, Paul Marak, Leon Durham, Don Heinkel, Rey Ordóñez, Mike Mimbs, Kevin Millar and Frank Charles.

Tim Blackwell served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Kent BlasingameLLFebruary 4, 19696'0"175St. Louis, MO US
Frank CharlesRRFebruary 23, 19696'4"210Fontana, CA US
Greg D'AlexanderRRJuly 25, 19686'0"185Dearborn, MI US
Tony DardenRRMay 29, 19746'0"202Gilmer, TX US
Jerry DeFabbiaRRAugust 20, 19705'11"175Bronx, NY US
Derrick Dietrich
Leon DurhamLLJuly 31, 19576'1"185Cincinnati, OH US
Jim EppardLLApril 27, 19606'2"180South Bend, IN US
Jon GeistRRJuly 19, 19706'1"180Dunwoody, GA US
Keith GogosRLJune 16, 19696'1"190Melbourne, AU
Ranbir GrewalRRApril 15, 19676'2"220Yuba City, CA US
Don HeinkelLROctober 20, 19596'0"185Racine, WI US
Rick HirtensteinerLLOctober 9, 19675'11"185Riverside, CA US
Edson HoffmanRLMarch 24, 19716'0"165
Jim ManfredSRMarch 26, 19696'7"215Edina, MN US
Paul MarakRRAugust 2, 19656'2"175Lakenheath, Suffolk GB
Scott MeadowsRRNovember 2, 19666'0"175
Kevin MillarRRSeptember 24, 19716'1"195Los Angeles, CA US
Mike MimbsLLFebruary 13, 19696'2"182Macon, GA US
Minnie MiñosoRRNovember 29, 19235'10"175La Habana, La Habana CU
Eric MoranRRJune 9, 19705'9"165Versailles, OH US
Rey OrdóñezRRJanuary 11, 19715'9"160La Habana, La Habana CU
Eddie OropesaLLNovember 23, 19716'3"215Colon, CU
Eddie OrtegaLRDecember 23, 19705'11"160
Damon PollardSRSeptember 29, 19675'8"165Denton, TX US
Tommy RaffoRLDecember 22, 19676'3"200
Bill SmithRRAugust 12, 19696'0"180
Edward StrykerRRSeptember 25, 19685'10"160
John ThodenRRFebruary 20, 19675'11"170

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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