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1971 Tucson Toros Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 69-76
Finished 4th in the PCL's South Division
Manager: Gordon Maltzberger (69-76)
Affiliation: Chicago White Sox
Location: Tucson, Arizona
Ballpark: Hi Corbett Field
Attendance: 166,879, Avg. 2,302
1971 Tucson Toros Statistics

The Tucson Toros of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1971 season with a record of 69 wins and 76 losses, finishing fourth in the league's South Division.

The Toros led the league with 810 runs. Tucson allowed 821 runs. Ron Lolich and Roe Skidmore paced the team with 20 home runs apiece. Bill Robinson drove in 81 runs. Mickey McGuire topped all qualifying hitters on the roster with a .349 average, while Dave Lemonds paced the squad with 10 wins and a team-best 4.14 ERA, best among regular hurlers.

Ken Frailing, Don Eddy, Stan Perzanowski, Wayne Redmond, Lee Richard, Don Secrist, Roe Skidmore, Bill Robinson, Chuck Hartenstein, Joe Henderson, Pat Kelly, Pat Jacquez, Steve Huntz, Rich Hinton, Mike Hershberger, Dave Lemonds, Richie Moloney, Mickey McGuire, Nate Oliver, Denny O'Toole, Ron Lolich, Jim Magnuson, Floyd Weaver, Bob Spence, Ed Stroud, Luis Alcaraz and Cy Acosta were all players from the 1971 Tucson Toros who played in the Majors during their careers.

Gordon Maltzberger served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Cy AcostaRRNovember 22, 19465'10"165El Sabino, Sinaloa MX
Luis AlcarazRRJune 20, 19415'9"165Humacao, PR
Mike BaldwinLLMay 6, 19486'1"185
Joe BowenRRFebruary 9, 19496'3"170
Donald CookRRSeptember 20, 19456'0"180Brooklyn, NY US
Dennis DeckLLFebruary 12, 19506'0"218
John DudekRRAugust 9, 19476'0"190
Don EddyRLOctober 25, 19465'11"170Mason City, IA US
Ken FrailingLLJanuary 19, 19486'0"190Madison, WI US
Chuck HartensteinRRMay 26, 19425'11"165Seguin, TX US
Joe HendersonLRJuly 4, 19466'2"195Lake Cormorant, MS US
Mike HershbergerRROctober 9, 19395'10"175Massillon, OH US
Rich HintonLLMay 22, 19476'2"185Tucson, AZ US
Steve HuntzSRDecember 3, 19456'1"204Cleveland, OH US
Pat JacquezRRApril 23, 19476'0"200Stockton, CA US
James JedelskyRRApril 21, 19456'0"165Sandston, VA US
Pat KellyLLJuly 30, 19446'1"185Philadelphia, PA US
Dave LemondsLLJuly 5, 19486'1"180Charlotte, NC US
Ron LolichRRSeptember 19, 19466'1"185Portland, OR US
Jim MagnusonRLAugust 18, 19466'2"190Marinette, WI US
Alfredo MariscalLLOctober 28, 19426'1"182Cananea, Sonora MX
Mickey McGuireRRJanuary 18, 19415'10"170Dayton, OH US
Richie MoloneyRRJune 7, 19506'3"185Brookline, MA US
Jim NapierRRAugust 2, 19385'11"200Wasco, CA US
Denny O'TooleRRMarch 13, 19496'3"195Chicago, IL US
Nate OliverRRDecember 13, 19405'10"160St. Petersburg, FL US
Stan PerzanowskiSRAugust 25, 19506'2"170East Chicago, IN US
Jim RedmonRRJune 7, 19475'10"170
Wayne RedmondRRNovember 25, 19455'10"165Athens, AL US
Lee RichardRRSeptember 18, 19485'11"165Lafayette, LA US
Bill RobinsonRRJune 26, 19436'2"189McKeesport, PA US
Don SecristLLFebruary 26, 19446'2"195Seattle, WA US
Roe SkidmoreRROctober 30, 19456'3"188Decatur, IL US
Eddie SmithRRNovember 14, 19436'1"175Memphis, TN US
Steven SoggeRRApril 20, 19475'10"175
Bob SpenceLRFebruary 10, 19466'4"215San Diego, CA US
Ed StroudLROctober 31, 19395'11"180Lapine, AL US
Floyd WeaverRRMay 12, 19416'4"195Ben Franklin, TX US
Ronald WelschRRFebruary 9, 19456'2"170

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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