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1971 Tacoma Cubs Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 78-65
Finished 1st in the PCL's North Division
Manager: Jim Marshall (78-65)
Affiliation: Chicago Cubs
Location: Tacoma, Washington
Ballpark: Cheney Stadium
Attendance: 152,732, Avg. 2,136
1971 Tacoma Cubs Statistics

Playoffs - Salt Lake City Angels 3 games, Tacoma Cubs 1

The Tacoma Cubs of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1971 season with a record of 78 wins and 65 losses, finishing first in the league's North Division.

The Cubs paced the circuit with just 628 runs allowed. Tacoma scored 741 runs. Adrian Garrett walloped 43 home runs for the team, while Carmen Fanzone and Ossie Blanco swatted 20 or more, too. Adrian Garrett accounted for 119 RBI. Carmen Fanzone topped hitters with significant playing time with a .327 average. Roberto Rodriguez led the team with 15 wins, and Larry Gura recorded a 3.55 ERA, best among regular hurlers.

Members of the 1971 Tacoma Cubs who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Garry Jestadt, Burt Hooton, Gene Hiser, Jim Hibbs, Cleo James, Terry Hughes, Larry Gura, Jose Ortiz, Leon McFadden, Ray Newman, Al Montreuil, Paul Reuschel, Juan Pizarro, Roberto Rodriguez, Don Secrist, Ken Rudolph, Danny Breeden, Hal Breeden, Len Church, Ossie Blanco, Pat Bourque, Bill Bonham, Earl Stephenson, Jim Todd, Adrian Garrett, Jim Colborn, Frank Coggins, Joe Decker, Greg Goossen, Jim Dunegan, Carmen Fanzone and Brock Davis.

Jim Marshall served as manager.


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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Ossie BlancoRRSeptember 8, 19456'0"185Caracas, Distrito Federal VE
Bill BonhamRROctober 1, 19486'3"190Glendale, CA US
Pat BourqueLLMarch 23, 19476'0"210Worcester, MA US
Danny BreedenRRJune 27, 19425'11"185Albany, GA US
Hal BreedenRLJune 28, 19446'2"200Albany, GA US
Len ChurchSRMarch 21, 19426'0"190Chicago, IL US
Frank CogginsSRMay 22, 19446'2"187Griffin, GA US
Jim ColbornRRMay 22, 19466'0"190Santa Paula, CA US
Brock DavisLLOctober 19, 19435'10"165Oakland, CA US
Joe DeckerRRJune 16, 19476'0"180Storm Lake, IA US
Ronald DrakeRROctober 1, 19466'0"185
Jim DuneganRRAugust 6, 19476'1"205Burlington, IA US
Carmen FanzoneRRAugust 30, 19416'0"200Detroit, MI US
Adrian GarrettLRJanuary 3, 19436'3"185Brooksville, FL US
Greg GoossenRRDecember 14, 19456'1"210Los Angeles, CA US
Larry GuraSLNovember 26, 19476'0"170Joliet, IL US
Jim HibbsRRSeptember 10, 19446'0"190Klamath Falls, OR US
Gene HiserLLDecember 11, 19485'11"175Baltimore, MD US
Burt HootonRRFebruary 7, 19506'1"210Greenville, TX US
Terry HughesRRMay 13, 19496'1"185Spartanburg, SC US
Cleo JamesRRAugust 31, 19405'10"176Clarksdale, MS US
Garry JestadtRRMarch 19, 19476'2"188Chicago, IL US
John LungRRApril 17, 19465'9"175
Leon McFaddenRRApril 26, 19446'2"195Little Rock, AR US
Al MontreuilRRAugust 23, 19435'5"158New Orleans, LA US
Ray NewmanLLJune 20, 19456'5"205Evansville, IN US
Jose OrtizRRJune 25, 19475'9"155Ponce, PR
Juan PizarroLLFebruary 7, 19375'11"170Santurce, PR
Paul ReuschelRRJanuary 12, 19476'4"225Quincy, IL US
Ralph RickeySRDecember 8, 19466'3"205Oklahoma City, OK US
Roberto RodriguezRRFebruary 5, 19416'3"185Caracas, Distrito Federal VE
Ken RudolphRRDecember 29, 19466'1"180Rockford, IL US
Don SecristLLFebruary 26, 19446'2"195Seattle, WA US
George SherrodRRJanuary 2, 19456'0"175
Earl StephensonLLJuly 31, 19476'3"175Benson, NC US
Franklin StoverRRSeptember 10, 19486'5"205Washington, DC US
Jim ToddLRSeptember 21, 19476'2"190Lancaster, PA US
Paul ZahnRRApril 21, 19475'8"165Des Moines, IA 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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