1977 Tacoma Twins Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 68-75
Finished 3rd in the PCL's West Division
Manager: Del Wilber (0-0), Tom Kelly (0-0)
Affiliation: Minnesota Twins
Location: Tacoma, Washington
Ballpark: Cheney Stadium
Attendance: 207,538, Avg. 2,903
1977 Tacoma Twins Statistics

The Tacoma Twins of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1977 season with a record of 68 wins and 75 losses, finishing third in the league's West Division.

The Twins plated 748 runs, worst in the circuit, and conceded 778 runs. Randy Bass paced Tacoma with 25 home runs and drove in 117 runs. Hosken Powell led all qualifying hitters on the roster with a .326 average. Steve Luebber topped the squad with 10 wins, while Eddie Bane recorded a 4.14 ERA, leading pitchers with enough qualifying appearances.

Members of the 1977 Tacoma Twins who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Sal Butera, Dave Edwards, Bill Butler, Jim Hughes, Gary Serum, Tom Kelly, Rob Wilfong, Jim Gideon, Steve Luebber, Luis Gomez, Dan Graham, Hosken Powell, Mike Proly, Willie Norwood, Rick Sofield, Randy Bass, Gary Ward, Jeff Holly, Tom Hall, Sam Perlozzo and Eddie Bane.

Del Wilber and Tom Kelly served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Archie AmersonRRFebruary 28, 19556'0"175Wichita Falls, TX US
Al ArthurSRMarch 4, 19536'5"200Great Lakes, IL US
Eddie BaneRLMarch 22, 19525'9"160Chicago, IL US
Randy BassLRMarch 13, 19546'1"210Lawton, OK US
Gregg BemisLLSeptember 10, 19526'0"180Honolulu, HI US
Sal ButeraRRSeptember 25, 19526'0"190Richmond Hill, NY US
Bill ButlerLLMarch 12, 19476'2"210Hyattsville, MD US
Wayne CaugheyLRFebruary 2, 19546'0"170Brainerd, MN US
Art DeFilippisLLMarch 7, 19526'0"180Stamford, CT US
Dave EdwardsRRFebruary 24, 19546'0"170Los Angeles, CA US
Jim GideonRRSeptember 26, 19536'3"190Taylor, TX US
Luis GomezRRAugust 19, 19515'9"150Guadalajara, Jalisco MX
Dan GrahamLRJuly 19, 19546'1"205Ray, AZ US
Tom HallLLNovember 23, 19476'0"150Thomasville, NC US
Jeff HollyLLMarch 1, 19536'5"210San Pedro, CA US
Jim HughesRRAugust 11, 19516'3"190Los Angeles, CA US
Tom KellyLLAugust 15, 19505'11"188Graceville, MN US
Tim LobergRRJanuary 14, 19556'2"175Robinsdale, MN US
John LoncharRRSeptember 10, 19526'4"200Cleveland, OH US
Steve LuebberRRJuly 9, 19496'3"185Clinton, MO US
Dave MayRROctober 16, 19516'0"176Covington, KY US
Willie NorwoodRRNovember 7, 19506'0"185Greene County, AL US
Sam PerlozzoRRMarch 4, 19515'9"170Cumberland, MD US
Hosken PowellLLMay 14, 19556'1"175Selma, AL US
Mike ProlyRRDecember 15, 19506'0"185Jamaica, NY US
Thomas SainRRMay 23, 19535'11"170Santa Monica, CA US
Gary SerumRROctober 24, 19566'1"180Fargo, ND US
Rick SofieldLRDecember 16, 19566'1"195Cheyenne, WY US
Jim VanWyckRRAugust 6, 19485'9"165Richland, WA US
Juan VeintidosRROctober 14, 19496'0"180Cayey, PR
Gary WardRRDecember 6, 19536'2"195Los Angeles, CA US
Rob WilfongLRSeptember 1, 19536'1"180Pasadena, CA 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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