1939 Topeka Owls Roster

Western League (WL) - Class: D
Team Record: 72-65
Finished 8th in the WL
Manager: William Wilson (72-65)
Affiliation: St. Louis Browns
Location: Topeka, Kansas
Ballpark: Community Park
Attendance: 85,500, Avg. 1,248
1939 Topeka Owls Statistics

Playoffs - Topeka Owls 3 games, Joplin Miners 2
Finals - Springfield Cardinals 3 games, Topeka Owls 2

The Topeka Owls of the Western League ended the 1939 season with a record of 72 wins and 65 losses, finishing eighth in the WL.

William Wilson served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Gerald BernsteinRRJuly 25, 19196'1"170
James BurrisR5'8"150
Lou BurtnerR5'11"160
Mark CarrolaRNovember 14, 19195'11"195
Stanley Cazen
Howard EatonR6'0"170
Harry GoorabianRApril 28, 19185'10"165New York, NY US
John GotterLL6'1"175
John HansenL5'10"170
Hooks IottSLDecember 3, 19196'2"200Mountain Grove, MO US
Cecil Lindsey
Joe MalmanRRMay 11, 19136'1"160Providence, RI US
Roy MikusRJuly 28, 19176'1"190
Wildey MorrisonFebruary 22, 1919, CA US
Maury NewlinRRJune 22, 19146'0"176Bloomingdale, IN US
John NovoselRApril 6, 19185'11"190
Manny PérezRRDecember 6, 19166'1"172El Paso, TX US
Elmer PhillipsSRMay 2, 19025'8"150Spokane, WA US
Bill SchwartzRR6'2"170
John ScolinosLMarch 28, 19185'10"180Los Angeles, CA US
Harold Sizemore
Marshall SneedJuly 22, 1915Piggott, AR US
Clarence SpringerLMarch 9, 19156'0"180Middletown, PA US
Lawrence SuseeLR5'11"183
Fuzz WhiteLRJune 27, 19166'0"175Springfield, MO US
Robert Williams
William WilsonSR6'1"204

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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