1996 Tri-City Posse Roster

Western League (WL) - Independent
Team Record: 44-45
Finished 2nd in the WL's North Division
Manager: Bobo Brayton (44-45)
Location: Kennewick, Washington; Pasco, Washington; Richland, Washington
Ballpark: Tri-Cities Stadium, Posse Stadium
Attendance: 96,061, Avg. 2,159
1996 Tri-City Posse Statistics

Playoffs - Tri-City Posse 2 games, Reno Chukars 0
Finals - Long Beach Riptide 3 games, Tri-City Posse 1

The Tri-City Posse of the Western League ended the 1996 season with a record of 44 wins and 45 losses, finishing second in the league's North Division.

The Posse plated 448 runs and surrendered 434 runs. John Turlais paced Tri-City with 11 home runs Shawn Scott drove in 48 runs. Corey Paul led all regular batters by hitting .326. Chris Sheehan and Steve Johnson topped the team with 8 wins each, while Jose Salcedo recorded a 2.12 ERA, leading pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Mike York played in Major League Baseball during his career, the only member of the Tri-City Posse to do so.

Bobo Brayton served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Jordy AlexanderRLMay 6, 19776'0"180Edmonton, AB CA
Dave BinghamRRJanuary 22, 19715'11"180Walla Walla, WA US
Kevin BookerRRAugust 18, 19716'2"194Memphis, TN US
Jamie ChaffeeRR6'2"190
Tom EngleRRFebruary 14, 19716'3"215Lancaster, OH US
Mike FernandezRRAugust 21, 19696'0"195New York, NY US
Keith GogosRLJune 16, 19696'1"190Melbourne, AU
Rich GrahamSRFebruary 26, 19706'1"175Alexandria, VA US
Steve HendricksRRMay 15, 19656'2"195St. Louis, MO US
Steve JohnsonRRMarch 13, 19706'1"190St. Louis, MO US
Ross JunkinRRJune 15, 1973
Ken KrahenbuhlSRMay 28, 19686'2"210Oxnard, CA US
Jason LawrieRROctober 31, 19766'2"175Los Gatos, CA US
Steve MaddockRRAugust 16, 19705'11"170Defiance, OH US
Chris MadonnaLRMarch 13, 19735'11"190Smithtown, NY US
Eric MartinLRDecember 9, 19716'0"195Bellflower, CA US
Robert MartinRRJune 15, 19706'1"190
Jerry McMullenLLOctober 13, 19736'2"190Lewiston, ID US
Scott MimnaughRRApril 9, 19716'5"230North Bend, OR US
Tim MoranRRAugust 5, 19746'4"215Hayward, CA US
Jim MurphyRRMarch 17, 19676'2"189Silver Spring, MD US
Brandon NewellRRJanuary 1, 19726'0"205Bellington, WA US
R. J. PalmaRR
Corey PaulLLJune 21, 19696'1"180Chicago, IL US
Pete PolisRRNovember 21, 19706'4"200Mount Vernon, NY US
Adam RodriguezRR
Ryan RutzRRJuly 22, 19725'5"155Mountain Home, ID US
Jose SalcedoRRFebruary 5, 19736'0"162Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional DO
Tracy SandersLRJuly 26, 19696'1"210Gastonia, NC US
Shawn ScottSRJanuary 9, 19695'10"160Baton Rouge, LA US
Chris SheehanRRJanuary 5, 19696'4"198Minneapolis, MN US
Ramon TavarezSRNovember 12, 19695'11"180San Marco, DO
John TurlaisLRDecember 30, 19736'3"200DeKalb, IL US
Ramon ValetteRRJanuary 20, 19726'1"175Sabana Grande de Palenque, San Cristobal DO
Chris VasquezLROctober 23, 19715'11"195Encino, CA US
Tim WallaceLRApril 1, 19635'10"175Richmond, CA US
John WeglarzRRNovember 12, 19706'1"180Queens, NY US
Mike YorkRRSeptember 6, 19646'1"187Oak Park, IL 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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