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1982 Vancouver Canadians Roster

Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Class: AAA
Team Record: 72-72
Finished 3rd in the PCL's North Division
Manager: Dick Phillips (72-72)
Affiliation: Milwaukee Brewers
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Ballpark: Nat Bailey Stadium
Attendance: 158,767, Avg. 2,205
1982 Vancouver Canadians Statistics

The Vancouver Canadians of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1982 season with a record of 72 wins and 72 losses, finishing third in the league's North Division.

The Canadians plated 647 runs, worst in the circuit, and yielded 686 runs. Bill Schroeder paced Vancouver with 22 home runs, while Kevin Bass walloped 20 or more, too. Bill Schroeder accounted for 77 RBI. Kevin Bass led all regular hitters by connecting at a .315 clip. Frank DiPino topped the squad with 13 wins, and Chuck Porter recorded a 3.98 ERA, leading hurlers with significant time on the mound.

Players from the 1982 Vancouver Canadians who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Pete Ladd, Doug Jones, Dewey Robinson, Bob Skube, Chuck Porter, Bill Schroeder, Freddie Martinez, Mike Madden, Willie Lozado, Doug Loman, Frank DiPino, Bob Gibson, Marshall Edwards, Mark Brouhard, Jaime Cocanower and Kevin Bass.

Dick Phillips served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Mike AndersonRLMarch 9, 19536'2"220
Kevin BassSRMay 12, 19596'0"183Redwood City, CA US
Mark BrouhardRRMay 22, 19566'1"210Burbank, CA US
Jaime CocanowerRRFebruary 14, 19576'4"200San Juan, PR
Tim CookRRAugust 4, 19576'0"170
Stan DavisLROctober 21, 19586'2"180
Frank DiPinoLLOctober 22, 19565'10"175Syracuse, NY US
Marshall EdwardsLLAugust 27, 19525'9"157Fort Lewis, WA US
Johnny EvansRRJune 26, 19586'5"205
Bob GibsonRRJune 19, 19576'0"195Philadelphia, PA US
Steve HerzRRAugust 28, 19566'2"210Los Angeles, CA US
Ed IrvineRRMarch 19, 19586'0"175
Doug JonesRRJune 24, 19576'3"195Covina, CA US
Rick KranitzRSeptember 15, 19585'11"175San Rafael, CA US
Pete LaddRRJuly 17, 19566'3"228Portland, ME US
Doug LomanLLMay 9, 19585'11"185Bakersfield, CA US
Willie LozadoRRMay 12, 19596'0"166New York, NY US
Mike MaddenLLJanuary 13, 19576'1"190Denver, CO US
Freddie MartinezRRMarch 15, 19576'3"185Los Angeles, CA US
Rich OlsenRRJune 1, 19576'0"177
Chuck PorterRRJanuary 12, 19556'3"187Baltimore, MD US
Dewey RobinsonRRApril 28, 19556'0"180Evanston, IL US
Larry RushRROctober 25, 19566'1"180Los Angeles, CA US
Bill SchroederRRSeptember 7, 19586'2"200Baltimore, MD US
Robert SchusterLR6'1"175
Terry ShoebridgeRR6'1"190
John SkorochockiLR5'11"165
Bob SkubeLLOctober 8, 19576'0"180Northridge, CA US
Franklin ThomasRR5'11"175
Jackie UheySR6'2"165
Charles ValleySLSeptember 28, 19556'0"175

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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