1988 Tucson Toros Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 68-75
Finished 3rd in the PCL's South Division
Manager: Bob Didier (68-75)
Affiliation: Houston Astros
Location: Tucson, Arizona
Ballpark: Hi Corbett Field
Attendance: 173,889, Avg. 2,432
1988 Tucson Toros Statistics

The Tucson Toros of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1988 season with a record of 68 wins and 75 losses, finishing third in the league's South Division.

The Toros plated 706 runs and conceded 708 runs. John Fishel paced Tucson with 18 home runs Jim Weaver drove in 73 runs. Craig Smajstrla topped all regular batters with a .310 average. Anthony Kelley led the squad with 13 wins and a team-best 3.97 earned run average, tops among regular hurlers.

Members of the 1988 Tucson Toros who played in Major League Baseball during their careers were Craig Smajstrla, Kevin Hagen, Ernie Camacho, Chuck Jackson, Alex Treviño, Tom Funk, Clay Christiansen, Jeff Heathcock, Louie Meadows, Dan Walters, Denny Walling, Mark Bailey, Pat Keedy, Jim Weaver, Craig Biggio, Steve Henderson, Cameron Drew, Casey Candaele, Mike Loynd, Rocky Childress, Jeff Datz, Alan Ashby, Ty Gainey, Rafael Montalvo, Ken Caminiti, Harry Spilman, Luis DeLeón, Dave Meads, Manny Hernández, José Canó, Joe Sambito and John Fishel.

Bob Didier served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Karl AllaireLRJuly 21, 19636'0"170Woonsocket, RI US
Alan AshbySRJuly 8, 19516'2"185Long Beach, CA US
Mark BaileySRNovember 4, 19616'5"195Springfield, MO US
Craig BiggioRRDecember 14, 19655'11"185Smithtown, NY US
Ernie CamachoRRFebruary 1, 19556'1"180Salinas, CA US
Ken CaminitiSRApril 21, 19636'0"200Hanford, CA US
Casey CandaeleSRJanuary 12, 19615'9"160Lompoc, CA US
José CanóRRMarch 7, 19626'3"175Boca del Soco, San Pedro de Macoris DO
Glenn CarpenterRLDecember 9, 19596'1"197Staten Island, NY US
Rocky ChildressRRFebruary 18, 19626'2"195Santa Rosa, CA US
Clay ChristiansenRRJune 28, 19586'5"205Wichita, KS US
Ken CrewRAugust 8, 19616'3"200
Jeff DatzRRNovember 28, 19596'4"220Camden, NJ US
Luis DeLeónRRAugust 19, 19586'1"153Ponce, PR
Cameron DrewLRFebruary 12, 19646'5"230Boston, MA US
John FishelRRNovember 8, 19625'11"185Fullerton, CA US
Tom FunkLLMarch 13, 19626'2"210Kansas City, MO US
Ty GaineyLRDecember 25, 19606'1"190Cheraw, SC US
Kevin HagenRRMarch 8, 19606'2"185Renton, WA US
Jeff HeathcockRRNovember 18, 19596'4"205Covina, CA US
Steve HendersonRRNovember 18, 19526'2"190Houston, TX US
Manny HernándezRRMay 7, 19616'0"150La Romana, La Romana DO
Chuck JacksonRRMarch 19, 19636'0"185Seattle, WA US
Pat KeedyRRJanuary 10, 19586'4"205Birmingham, AL US
Anthony KelleyRRMarch 4, 19626'2"205Chicago, IL US
Mike LoyndRRMarch 26, 19646'4"210St. Louis, MO US
Louie MeadowsLLApril 29, 19615'11"190Maysville, NC US
Dave MeadsLLJanuary 7, 19646'0"175Montclair, NJ US
Joe MikulikRROctober 30, 19635'11"180Weimer, TX US
Rafael MontalvoRRMarch 31, 19646'0"185Rio Piedras, PR
Garrett NagoRRJune 19, 19595'10"185
Nelson RoodRRJune 15, 19605'10"170West Palm Beach, FL US
Joe SambitoLLJune 28, 19526'1"185Brooklyn, NY US
Craig SmajstrlaSRJune 19, 19625'9"165Houston, TX US
Harry SpilmanLRJuly 18, 19546'1"180Albany, GA US
Alex TreviñoRRAugust 26, 19575'10"165Monterrey, Nuevo Leon MX
Denny WallingLRApril 17, 19546'0"180Neptune, NJ US
Dan WaltersRRAugust 15, 19666'4"225Brunswick, ME US
Jim WeaverLLOctober 10, 19596'3"190Kingston, NY 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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