1988-89 Baltimore Blast Roster

Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL)
Team Record: 29-19
in the MISL
Postseason: 7-6
Lost Championship
Coach: Kenny Cooper (29-19)
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
Attendance: 196,068, Avg. 8,170 in 24 home dates
1988-89 Baltimore Blast Statistics

The Baltimore Blast of the Major Indoor Soccer League ended the 1988-89 season with a record of 29 wins and 19 losses in the MISL. The team compiled a postseason mark of 7-6. Kenny Cooper coached the team. The 1988-89 Baltimore Blast lost in the Championship.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Mike AgnewMNovember 12, 19655'9"155Dallas, Texas
Desmond ArmstrongDNovember 2, 19646'0"175Washington, D.C.
David ByrneFJanuary 11, 19605'11"172Guildford, England
Glen CarbonaraDSeptember 17, 19665'11"185Vineland, New Jersey
Ken FogartyDJanuary 25, 19555'9"175Manchester, England
Kai HaaskiviMDecember 28, 19555'10"170Lahti, Finland
Slobodan IlijevskiGOctober 24, 19496'0"165Skopje, Macedonia Yugoslavia
John KarpovichDDecember 24, 19666'1"185Baltimore, Maryland
Stan KoziolMJuly 29, 19655'8"160Clifton, New Jersey
Scott ManningGSeptember 5, 19576'0"170Rochester, New York
Mark MettrickMOctober 3, 19615'10"160Glossup, England
Domenic MobilioFAugust 21, 19686'0"175Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
Mike ReynoldsDSeptember 22, 19635'11"160Mississauga, Ontario Canada
Bill RonsonF,MJanuary 22, 19575'4"145Blackpool, England
Bruce SavageDDecember 21, 19605'7"150Hollywood, Florida
Scoop StanisicGMarch 3, 19636'2"180Belgrade, Serbia Yugoslavia
Mike SweeneyM,DDecember 25, 19595'7"150Duncan, British Columbia Canada
Freddie ThompsonMFebruary 6, 19635'9"160Kingston, Ontario Jamaica
Rusty TroyFNovember 15, 19666'0"190Irving, Texas
Carl ValentineFJuly 4, 19585'9"160Manchester, England
Tim WittmanD,M,FJuly 9, 19635'7"160Baltimore, Maryland