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B_Salkeld

Bill Salkeld
c, Sacramento High 

Teams: Pirates 1945-47; Boston Braves 1948-49; White Sox 1950.
Best season-1945: .311 average with 16 doubles, 1 triple, 15 home runs, 52 RBI and a .420 on-base percentage.
His game-tying home run in Game 5 of the 1948 World Series helped Boston to 1 of their 2 wins against the champion Indians.

Debut

Yrs

Avg

Games

AB

Runs

Hits

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

SO

OBP

SLG

OPS

TB

1945

6

.273

356

850

111

232

39

2

31

132

6

182

101

.402

.433

.835

368

42

M_Salvo

Manny Salvo
rhp, Sacramento High  

Teams: Giants 1939; Boston Bees 1940; Boston Braves 1941-43; Philadelphia Blue Jays 1943.
Best season-1940: 10-9 win-loss record, 3.09 ERA and 14 complete games in 20 starts.
Though, he was only 10-9 for the seventh-place Braves in 1940, he shared the N.L. league lead in shutouts with 5
.

Debut

Yrs

W-L

ERA

G

GS

CG

SO

Sv

IP

H

R

ER

BB

K

WHIP

H/9

W/9

K/9

1939

5

33-50

3.69

135

93

40

9

1

721.1

723

352

296

284

247

1.396

9.0

3.5

3.1


43

E_Myers

Elmer Myers
rhp, Elk Grove High  

Teams: A’s 1915-18; Indians 1919-20; Red Sox 1920-22.
Best season-1920: 11-5 win-loss record, 3.25 ERA and 11 complete games in 17 starts.
In 1916, he won 14 games with a 3.66 ERA, however, he also lost 23 times and led the A.L. in earned runs (128) and walks (168).

Debut

Yrs

W-L

ERA

G

GS

CG

SO

Sv

IP

H

R

ER

BB

K

WHIP

H/9

W/9

K/9

1915

8

55-72

4.06

185

127

78

8

7

1102.0

1148

625

497

440

428

1.441

9.4

3.6

3.5

44

G_Jones

Gordon Jones
rhp, Sacramento High  

Teams: Cardinals 1954-56; N.Y. Giants 1957; S.F. Giants 1958-59; Orioles 1960-61; A’s 1962;; Houston Colt .45s/Astros 1964-65.
Best season-1954: 4-4 win-loss record, 2.00 ERA and 2 shutouts in 10 starts in his rookie season.
His best season after 1954 was for the original San Francisco Giants of 1958, going 3-1 with a 2.37 ERA in 11 games.

Debut

Yrs

W-L

ERA

G

GS

CG

SO

Sv

IP

H

R

ER

BB

K

WHIP

H/9

W/9

K/9

1954

11

15-18

4.16

171

21

4

2

12

378.2

405

193

175

120

232

1.386

9.6

2.9

5.5

45

L_Lee

Leron Lee
of, Grant High 

Teams: Cardinals 1969-71; Padres 1971-73; Indians 1974-75; Dodgers 1975-76.
Best season-1972: .300 average with 23 doubles, 7 triples, 12 home runs, 47 RBI and a .353 on-base percentage.
The No. 1 draft pick of the Cardinals in 1966, his career in the Japanese League from 1977-87 far out-weighed his M.L. one.

Debut

Yrs

Avg

Games

AB

Runs

Hits

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

SO

OBP

SLG

OPS

TB

1969

8

.250

614

1617

173

404

83

13

31

152

19

133

315

.307

.375

.682

606

46

S_Jorgensen

Spider Jorgensen
3b, Folsom High, Sacramento City College 

Teams: Dodgers 1947-50; Giants 1950-51.
Best season-1947: .274 average with 29 doubles, 8 triples, 5 home runs, 67 RBI, 57 runs scored and a .360 on-base percentage.
On April 15, 1947, Jorgensen made his M.L. debut along with teammate Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier that day.

Debut

Yrs

Avg

Games

AB

Runs

Hits

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

SO

OBP

SLG

OPS

TB

1947

5

.266

267

755

97

201

40

11

9

107

5

106

75

.359

.384

.743

290

47

C_Schanz

Charley Schanz
rhp, Christian Brothers High  

Teams: Philadelphia Blue Jays/Phillies 1944-47; Red Sox 1950.
Best season-1944: 13-16 win-loss record, 3.32 ERA, 13 complete games, 1 shutout and 3 saves in 241.1 innings pitched.
Despite being described as “very fast,” he always managed plenty of base on balls, wild pitches and hit batsmen.

Debut

Yrs

W-L

ERA

G

GS

CG

SO

Sv

IP

H

R

ER

BB

K

WHIP

H/9

W/9

K/9

1944

5

28-43

4.34

155

72

23

2

14

626.2

658

369

302

332

243

1.580

9.5

4.8

3.5



48

T_Glaviano

Tommy Glaviano
3b, Sacramento High 

Teams: Cardinals 1949-52; Phillies 1953.
Best season-1950: .285 average with 29 doubles, 2 triples, 11 home runs, 44 RBI, 92 runs scored and a .421 on-base percentage.
Termed a wild dresser and clubhouse comedian, he once committed 4 errors in 1 inning in 1950, 3 coming on consecutive at-bats.

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1949 

.257 

389 

1008 

191 

259 

55 

24 

108 

11 

208 

173 

.395 

.395 

.789 

398 

49

FP_Santangelo

F.P. Santangelo
utl, Oak Ridge High, Sacramento City College

Teams: Expos 1995-98; Giants 1999; Dodgers 2000; A’s 2001.
Best season-1996: .277 average with 20 doubles, 5 triples, 7 home runs, 56 RBI and 54 runs scored in 393 at-bats.
In his rookie 1995 season, he played six different positions and finished fourth in the N.L. Rookie of the Year balloting.

Debut

Yrs

Avg

Games

AB

Runs

Hits

2B

3B

HR

RBI

SB

BB

SO

OBP

SLG

OPS

TB

1995

7

.245

665

1691

258

415

87

14

21

162

37

240

319

.364

.351

.715

593

50

J_Mouton

James Mouton
of, Burbank High 

Teams: Astros 1994-97; Padres 1998; Expos 1999; Brewers 2000-01.
Best season-1996: .263 average with 15 doubles, 21 stolen bases and a 3.43 on-base percentage in 300 at-bats.
A Pacific Coast League MVP in 1993, once he made the major leagues he was used primarily as a reserve outfielder.

Debut 

Yrs 

Avg 

Games 

AB 

Runs 

Hits 

2B 

3B 

HR 

RBI 

SB 

BB 

SO 

OBP 

SLG 

OPS 

TB 

1994 

.246 

723 

1570 

223 

386 

75 

18 

109 

41 

174 

338 

.328 

.337 

.665 

529 




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