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1960 Toronto Maple Leafs Roster

International League (IL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 100-54
Finished 1st in the IL
Manager: Mel McGaha (100-54)
Affiliation: Cleveland Indians
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Ballpark: Maple Leaf Stadium
Attendance: 203,700, Avg. 2,645
1960 Toronto Maple Leafs Statistics

Playoffs - Toronto Maple Leafs 4 games, Buffalo Bisons 0
Finals - Toronto Maple Leafs 4 games, Rochester Red Wings 1

The Toronto Maple Leafs of the International League ended the 1960 season with a record of 100 wins and 54 losses, finishing first in the IL.

The Maple Leafs led the league with just 470 runs allowed. Toronto scored 604 runs. Jim King paced the team with 24 home runs and recorded 86 runs batted in. Don Dillard topped hitters with significant playing time by connecting at a .294 clip, and Al Cicotte paced the squad with 16 wins and a team-best 1.79 ERA, tops among pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Billy Moran, Carl Mathias, Ron Negray, Russ Heman, Wynn Hawkins, Jim King, Jack Kubiszyn, Ted Kazanski, Earl Hersh, Al Cicotte, Bob Chakales, Sparky Anderson, Walt Bond, Tim Thompson, Chuck Tanner, Bob Wilson, Billy Williams, Archie Wilson, Don Dillard, Steve Demeter, Rod Graber, Rip Coleman, Frank Funk, Miguel de la Hoz, Herb Plews, Clyde Parris, Steve Ridzik, Bob Smith and Pat Scantlebury were all players from the 1960 Toronto Maple Leafs who played in the Major Leagues during their careers.

Mel McGaha served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Sparky AndersonRRFebruary 22, 19345'9"170Bridgewater, SD US
Walt BondLROctober 19, 19376'7"228Denmark, TN US
Bob ChakalesRRAugust 10, 19276'1"185Asheville, NC US
Al CicotteRRDecember 23, 19296'3"185Melvindale, MI US
Rip ColemanLLJuly 31, 19316'2"185Troy, NY US
Miguel de la HozRROctober 2, 19385'11"175La Habana, La Habana CU
Steve DemeterRRJanuary 27, 19355'9"185Homer City, PA US
Don DillardLRJanuary 8, 19376'1"200Greenville, SC US
Edward DrapchoLLOctober 13, 19355'11"175Clarence, PA US
Frank FunkRRAugust 30, 19356'0"175Washington, DC US
Rod GraberLLJune 20, 19305'11"175Massillon, OH US
Joe HannahRRFebruary 1, 19315'11"200Marshfield, MO US
Wynn HawkinsRRFebruary 20, 19366'3"195East Palestine, OH US
Russ HemanRRFebruary 10, 19336'4"200Olive, CA US
Earl HershLLMay 21, 19326'0"205Ebbvale, MD US
Steve JankowskiRRNovember 15, 19325'11"185
Allen JonesRRApril 5, 19306'0"200Grifton, NC US
Ted KazanskiRRJanuary 25, 19346'1"175Hamtramck, MI US
Jim KingLRAugust 27, 19326'0"185Elkins, AR US
Jack KubiszynRRDecember 19, 19365'11"170Buffalo, NY US
Carl MathiasSLJune 13, 19365'11"195Bechtelsville, PA US
Billy MoranRRNovember 27, 19335'11"185Montgomery, AL US
Ron NegrayRRFebruary 26, 19306'1"185Akron, OH US
Clyde ParrisRRSeptember 11, 19225'8"170Panama, Panama PA
Herb PlewsLRJune 14, 19285'11"160Helena, MT US
Steve RidzikRRApril 29, 19295'11"170Yonkers, NY US
Pat ScantleburyLLNovember 11, 19176'1"180Gatun, Canal Zone PA
Bob SmithRLMay 13, 19286'0"185Clarence, MO US
Chuck TannerLLJuly 4, 19286'0"185New Castle, PA US
Tim ThompsonLRMarch 1, 19245'11"190Coalport, PA US
Jack WatersRRDecember 6, 19325'11"168
Billy WilliamsLRJune 13, 19326'3"195Newberry, SC US
Archie WilsonRRNovember 25, 19235'11"175Los Angeles, CA US
Bob WilsonRRFebruary 22, 19255'11"197Dallas, TX 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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