Atlantic Canadians at the World Baseball Classic & Olympics


Here is a rundown of the Maritimers that have represented Canada at all four World Baseball Classics.  Also included are the Maritimers who played Olympic baseball for Canada.

World Baseball Classic:
Rheal Cormier, pitcher: Moncton, New Brunswick; Philadelphia Phillies
Matt Stairs, outfield: Fredericton, New Brunswick; Kansas City Royals

Matt Stairs, outfield: Fredericton, New Brunswick; Philadelphia Phillies

Jay Johnson, pitcher: Sussex Corner, New Brunswick; Reading Phillies (Philadelphia)

Andrew Case, pitcher: Saint John, New Brunswick; Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto)

Rheal Cormier, pitcher: Moncton, New Brunswick; Moncton Mets

Jason Dickson, pitcher: Chatham, New Brunswick; Omaha Royals (Kansas City)

Rheal Cormier, pitcher: Moncton, New Brunswick
Frank Humber, pitcher: Corner Brook, Newfoundland
Matt Stairs, outfield: Fredericton, New Brunswick

Worth Noting: Jay Johnson was also a member of the 2011 Gold Medal winning Pan-American Games team in Mexico.

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South Street Field, Glace Bay


This Google Street View image shows what South Street Field looks like today.

The Glace Bay Miners of the old Cape Breton Colliery League played their home games at South Street Field.  At 59°57’02.75″ west, this the most easterly park in Organized Baseball history.  The field is still in use today, assuming that the softball field on South Street is the former baseball field.

The Miners were members of the Colliery League for its entire three-year (1937-39) existence as a pro loop.  They were also members of the league prior to 1937 when it operated as an amateur league.  The transition to professional baseball began in 1935 as teams were allowed three imports.  The league became fully professional in 1937.  The town of Glace Bay renovated the facility in preparation of professional baseball in 1937 by fixing up the bleachers and fences.  Further upgrades were made in 1939.  These consisted of moving the fences in eight feet and standardizing the height at eight feet.  The Miners had to pay rent to use the facility while local amateur teams got to use it for free.

Major Leaguers who called the South Street Field home were Freddie Maguire of the 1937 Miners (618 career MLB games with the Boston Braves).  The 1938 Miners featured Major League veterans Del Bissonette (604 career games with the Brooklyn Dodgers) and Bill Chamberlain (12 games with the White Sox in 1932).  Bissonette also served as the Miners manager.  The 1939 teams was managed by former Philadelphia Athletic and Detroit Tiger Roy Moore.

Assuming that I am correct, the field was later transformed into softball field.  Due to the smaller dimensions used for softball, home plate was moved up 100 or so feet.  I am not sure when this conversation took place.

As on early 2017, the site is scheduled for an upgrade.

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Chatham Ironmen vs. Team USA


Ironmen Park was the venue for the Charham vs. USA game.  Note: image not from the USA game, courtesy of basenallNB on Twitter.

On August 5, 1997 the Chatham Ironmen hosted Team USA junior team.  This was Team USA’s final warmup for the World Junior tournament that was held in Moncton that year.  The Ironmen would finish the 1997 season with a 17-9 record.  David Godfrey would be a first team All-Star while Matt Jenkins and Terry Leggatt would be second team All-stars.  Jenkins would go on to win the NBSBL’s defensive player of the year award.  The Americans, meanwhile finished their pre-tournament with a record of 12-1.  Their lone loss was a 4-3 decision to the Ontario Blue Jays on July 25 in Toronto.  As mentioned in the 1997 World Junior Roster/Future post, many members of Team USA went on to professional careers.

I was able to find the game story and boxscore of this game on the USA Baseball site, via the Way Back Machine.  The game story errored by saying the game was in Quebec City (where the team played three previous exhibitions).  The game lasted seven innings.

Game Story:

GAME #13

August 5, 1997

Cuddyer’s three hits pace USA

Quebec City, Quebec, Canada —
Michael Cuddyer (Chesapeake, VA / Great Bridge HS) had three hits, including a pair of doubles and a three-run homer to lead the USA Baseball Junior National Team to a 10-0 victory over the Chatham Ironmen here Tuesday night.

The win improved the USA to 12-1 on its summer tour as they concluded the preliminary exhibition schedule prior to the International Baseball Association’s World Junior Championship that begins in Moncton, New Brunswick, this Friday.

Cuddyer, who leads the USA in batting with a .488 mark, doubled his first two times at the plate and then capped his night with a three-run homer over the left center field wall to conclude the USA scoring in the sixth.

The USA had three pitchers combine for a one-hitter against the Ironment. Chad Cislak (Tucson, AZ / Sabino HS) tossed the first four innings and surrendered just two walks, while fanning four to record the win and up his mark to 3-0 for the tour.

Will Rosellini (Dallas, TX / Jesuit HS) pitched a perfect fifth inning and Mike Smalley (Maitland, FL / Bishop Moore HS) tossed the final two frames. The no-hitter was broken up off Smalley with one out in the sixth.

Offensively, the USA recorded double-digit hits for the seventh straight game as Seth Davidson (San Diego, CA / Univ. of San Diego HS) and Austin Kearns (Lexington, KY / Lafayette HS) joined Cuddyer in the multiple hits column with two apiece.

Next Up: The International Baseball Association’s World Junior Championship will begin Friday, August 8. The USA will open the tournament with Chinese Taipei in a 3 p.m. (AST) contest.

Box Score:

		Chatham vs USA Junior National Team  August 5, 1997 at Chatham, N.B.

Chatham 0                                                           USA Junior National Team 10 (12-1)

Name (Pos)                 AB  R  H RBI  BB SO PO  A                Name (Pos)                 AB  R  H RBI  BB SO PO  A
----------------------------------------------------                ----------------------------------------------------
Murphy ss.................  4  0  1  0    0  0  1  2                Davidson, Seth 2b.........  3  2  2  1    1  0  0  5 
Morris 1b.................  2  0  0  0    0  0  1  0                Laird, Jerry cf...........  3  1  0  0    0  1  0  0 
  Jardine ph/1b...........  0  0  0  0    1  0  3  0                  Crespo Manny cf.........  1  1  1  0    0  0  0  0 
Sutton c..................  3  0  0  0    0  1  4  0                Cuddyer, Michael ss.......  3  3  3  3    1  0  1  2 
Saunders dh...............  2  0  0  0    1  1  0  0                Ankiel, Rick lf...........  2  0  0  1    1  1  1  0 
C. McCarthy rf............  2  0  0  0    0  0  3  0                Holliday, Matt rf.........  3  1  1  2    0  0  0  0 
  Moar rf.................  1  0  0  0    0  0  2  0                Kearns, Austin 1b.........  4  1  2  0    0  1 10  1 
Doucette lf...............  1  0  0  0    2  0  1  0                McKinley, Josh 3b.........  2  0  0  0    0  0  0  0 
Godfrey cf................  2  0  0  0    1  2  2  1                Rosellini, Will p.........  0  0  0  0    1  0  0  0 
Doyle 2b..................  1  0  0  0    0  1  0  0                  Smalley, Mike p.........  0  0  0  0    0  0  0  1 
  MacDonald 2b............  1  0  0  0    1  0  1  1   	   Pratt, Trent c............  2  1  1  0    0  1  5  0
Sullivan 3b...............  1  0  0  0    0  1  0  0      	   Closser, J.D ph/c.......  1  0  0  0    0  0  3  0
  Ogilvie 3b..............  2  0  0  0    0  2  0  0    	   Cislak, Chad p............  1  0  0  0    0  0  1  1
Guitard p.................  0  0  0  0    0  0  0  0      	   Hill, Koyie ph/3b.......  2  0  0  0    0  0  0  0
  Godin p.................  0  0  0  0    0  0  0  1
  Sanford p...............  0  0  0  0    0  0  0  0

Totals.................... 22  0  1  0    6  8 18  5                Totals.................... 27 10 10  7    4  4 21 10 

Score by innings:                      R  H  E
Chatham               000 000 0     -  0  1  4
USA Junior Nat'l Team 303 103       - 10 10  1

E - MacDonald, Godfrey, Sutton, Doyle, Closser. 
LOB - Chatham 7, USA 5.
2B - Cuddyer 2(6), Davidison (7), Holliday (9), Kearns (8). 
HR - Cuddyer (4). 
SB - Davidson (10), Holliday (6), Pratt (3).
SF - Ankiel, Holliday.

Chatham                IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  	                    USA Junior Nat'l Team  IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  
-----------------------------------------------------               -----------------------------------------------------
Guitard.............  3.0   5   6   3   1   3                  	    Cislak, Chad........  4.0   0   0   0   2   4
Godin...............  2.0   2   1   1   3   1                 	    Rosellini, Will.....  1.0   0   0   0   0   1   
Sanford.............  1.0   3   3   3   0   0		    Smalley, Mike.......  2.0   1   0   0   4   3

Winner - Cislak 3-0.  Loser - Guitard.  Save - None.
WP - Smalley. PB - Sutton.
Umpires - 
Start: 9:30   Time: 2:40   Attendance: 0
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2017 Atlantic Canadians Playing College Ball

Here is my annual list of Atlantic Canadians playing baseball in the NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA.  All information is courtesy the Canadian Baseball Network‘s “Canadians in College” post.  The list is current as of today (February 28).

Players are listed by position, name, hometown, class and university.

  1. IF Jeremie Arseneau, Dieppe NB, freshman at University of Albany (NY)
  2. P Jesse Borden, Dartmouth NS, junior at University of the Incarnate Word (TX)
  3. P Jake Cook, Miramichi NB, sophomore at Minot State University (ND)
  4. OF Blake Finn, Riverview NB, freshman at University of Winnipeg (MB)
  5. IF Blake Gallagher, Waais NB, sophomore at University of Arkanas Monticello (AK)
  6. P Jack Gallant, Hammond Plains NS, freshmen at Fitchburg Stage University (MA)
  7. 3B/C Mitchell Hazlett, Riverview NB, junior at University of Texas Permian Basin (TX)
  8. C Cole MacLaren, Morell PR, sophomore at Colby Community College (KS)
  9. P Reilly O’Rourke, Sydney NS, sophomore at Minot State University (ND)
  10. OF Jacob Sanford, Dartmouth NS, freshman at McCook Community College (NE)
  11. P Jake Shaw, Fredericton NB, senior at University of Indianapolis (IN)
  12. P J.P. Stevenson, New Glasgow PE, junior at Canisus College (NY)
  13. IF Zach Thibault, Yarmouth NS, sophomore at Cabrillo College (CA)
  14. IF/OF Chris Thibideau, Dartmouth NS, senior at University of North Florida (FL)
  15. P Christian Volger, Berwick NS, sophomore at North Iowa Area Community College (IA)
  16. OF Jack Volpe, Bedford NS, freshman at Elmira College (NY)
  17. 1B Jamie Whynot, Bridgewater NS, freshman at Northeastern Junior College (CO)


  1. Ryan Snair, St. Margaret’s Bay NS is head coach at Sullivan County Community College (NY)
  2. Andrew Wright, Woodstock NB is head coach at University of Charleston (SC)

Best of luck to all the players and coaches this season!  Hopefully I will post updates throughout the season on how the Atlantic Canadians are doing this season.

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2016 Census of Population

2016 Census

On Wednesday, February 8, 2017; Statistics Canada released the first results from the 2016 Census of Population.  These include city/metro population results across Canada.  I will present the results from Atlantic Canada.

Metropolitan population of the major Atlantic markets:

  1. Halifax, Nova Scotia: 403,390 (up from 390,328 in 2011)
  2. St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador 205,955 (up from 196,954)
  3. Moncton, New Brunswick: 144,810 (up from 139,287)
  4. Saint John, New Brunswick: 126,202 (down from 129,057)
  5. Fredericton, New Brunswick: 101,760 (up from 98,320)
  6. Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: 98,722 (down from 101,619) – Cape Breton County, not the entire island
  7. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island: 69,325 (up from 65,523)

Smaller markets (includes surrounding areas):

  1. Truro, Nova Scotia: 45,753 (down from 45,888)
  2. New Glasgow, Nova Scotia: 34,487 (down from 35,809)
  3. Corner Brook, Newfoundland & Labrador: 31,917 (up from 31,417)
  4. Bathurst, New Brunswick: 31,110 (down from 31,936)
  5. Miramichi, New Brunswick: 27,523 (down from 28,115)
  6. Kentville, Nova Scotia: 26,222 (down from 26,359)
  7. Edmundston, New Brunswick: 23,524 (down from 23,819)
  8. Summerside, Prince Edward Island: 16,587 (up from 16,488)
  9. Campbellton, New Brunswick: 15,746 (down from 17,361)
  10. Grand Falls – Windsor, Newfoundland & Labrador: 14,171 (up from 13,725)
  11. Gander, Newfoundland & Labrador: 13,234 (up from 12,683)
  12. Bay Roberts, Newfoundland & Labrador: 11,083 (up from 10,871)

Provinces as a whole:

  1. Nova Scotia: 923,598 (up from 921,727)
  2. New Brunswick: 747,101 (down from 751,171)
  3. Newfoundland & Labrador: 519,716 (up from 514,536)
  4. Prince Edward Island: 142,907 (up from 140,204)

Other places of interest (metropolitan populations):

  1. Portland-South Portland-Biddeford, Maine: 514,098
  2. Sagueny, Quebec: 160,980 (up from 158,658) – aka Chicoutimi
  3. Bangor, Maine: 153,702
  4. Augusta-Waterville, Maine: 122,151
  5. Lewiston-Auburn, Maine: 107,702
  6. Rimouski, Quebec: 55,349 (up from 53,711)
  7. Baie-Comeau, Quebec: 27,692 (down from 28,465)
  8. Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec: 28,902 (down from 28,987)

Quebec populations are via the 2016 Census of Canada and Maine populations are from th 2010 American Census.

What does all this mean?  The cities continue to grow in the region (although all are growing slower that the national rate).  Overall, we are not growing at the national rate while western Canada explodes (many of which are moving from the Maritimes).  If the price of gas doesn’t rebound to where it was before then this will likely slow down.

In terms of bringing baseball to the region, my thoughts are the same as they were before.  Professional baseball only has a chance in Halifax, Moncton and one of Saint John or Fredericton.  I don’t see New Brunswick supporting three teams.  St. John’s is a possibility if travel concerns can be addressed.  A collegiate summer league would be able to include more locales in the region as operating expenses would be lower.  At that level there are no player salaries and travel would likely be lower as the league would only cover the Maritimes and possibly Newfoundland, Maine or even the Gaspe in Quebec.  This would eliminate longer trips to central Quebec, Ontario and New York / New Jersey (assuming the Can-Am League is the league expanding to the region).

A collegiate summer league could easily include the big six Martime markets and at least two smaller markets.  For example, a central Nova Scotia team the could draw from Truro, New Glasgow and the surrounding areas.  Also a northern New Brunswick team that could draw from around the region.  Such a team would likley be based in Bathurst as it is centrally located and could draw from Campbellton, Miramichi and the Acadian Peninsula.  This is how the Acadie-Bathurst Titan operate.  If not Bathurst, then Ironmen Park in Chatham (Miramichi) is one the of nicest parks in the region.  Throw in the four Quebec and four Maine markets mentioned above and you got a 16 team league operating in the region.  That is not including Newfoundland where St. John’s and Corner Brook could support teams as well.  Other markets could be considered as well.  Edmundston could operation as stop on the way to and from Quebec road trips or even as a member of a Quebec division if need be.  Summerside would give a potential Charlottetown team a rival.

I didn’t want to include any other markets in Quebec and it would stretch out the league’s footpring too much (travel expenses) but one could include other markets like suburban Quebec City (Les Capiales are in the city), Thetford Mines (former Eastern League city), Sherbrooke, Drummondville, etc.  Portland, Maine would also have to be a suburban team as well with the Eastern League’s Sea Dogs operating in the city.  As with Quebec, anything beyond Portland is stretching the league out too far.  Not to mention once you go beyond Portland in bump into several markets that already have baseball (minor leagues or summer collegiate).  Draw a line connecting Quebec City and Portland and anything east of it is virgin territory for baseball.

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1937 Cape Breton Colliery League



Len Merullo was the last surviving member of the 1945 Cubs.  He played for New Waterford in 1937 (courtesy New York Times).


The 1937 season was first season the Colliery League played as a member of the National Association.  The league played under the Class D classification.  The Colliery League applied to join the National Association in January of 1937.  In addition to the five teams that played the 1937 season, Reserve had joined the league in March before withdrawing.  There was also talk that Pictou would field a team this season but their application was rejected to travel costs not equaling the economic advantage of having a team there.  Glace Bay had requested an affiliation with the Tigers or Philadelphia but was denied.

The league hired two American umpires prior to the season, hoping they would end fighting that plagued the league when it was amateur in prior seasons.  They were also responsible for training local umpires who would work the bases during league games.  These umpires were Douglas Robb and W.E. Claritz, who were recommended by National LEague umpire (and one time Blackhawks coach) Bill Stewart.

Interest in the professional Colliery League was high.  In fact, CBC would broadcast the first two games throughout the Maritimes.  In preparation of professional baseball, all five teams save for Glace Bay would make improvements to the ballparks.  The league’s opening games came on June 7 in Glace Bay with the home team defeating Sydney Mines 5-4 before 5000 fans.

Despite the presence of the imported umpires, many games played throughout the 1937 season were marred my violence.  Many fans, especially in Glace Bay, were rowdy towards the umpires, players and themselves.  There were many instances where the police have to interfere and escort the umpires from the field for their protection.  Many blamed the rowdiness on the sale of alcohol at the games.  In fact, the RCMP had to intervene and attended all games to make sure liquor laws were enforced.  Not making a connection here but it is worth noting many fans at the games were coal miners working in the local mines.


                       W  L  PCT  GB
Glace Bay Miners      29 19 .604   0
Sydney Steel Citians  27 21 .563   2
Sydney Mines Ramblers 27 21 .563   2
Dominion Hawks        23 25 .478   6
New Waterford Dodgers 14 34 .292  15

Sydney defeated Sydney Mines 2 games to for second place
Sydney defeated Glace Bay 4 games to 3 for championship

Dominion – Billy Zitzmann & John Turcin
Glace Bay – Freddie Maguire
New Waterford – Herbie Moran & Mickey Morris
Sydney – Hank Hamilton & Guido Pacciera
Sydney Mines – Bill Buckley

Batting Champion – Guido Pacciera, Sydney (.394)
Home Runs – Chris Pickering, New Waterford (8)
RBI – Guido Pacciera, Sydney (48)
Runs – Chet Ross, Glace Bay (44)
Hits – Guido Pacciera, Sydney (80)

Wins – Roy Moore, Glace Bay (14)
ERA – Roy Moore, Glace Bay (1.33)
Strikeouts – William Jarvis, Sydney (114)

Some background on the players who played in 1937:

Batting champion Guido Pacciera was 23 years old who split the season between the Steel Citians and Boston Bees (Braves) organizations.  He played for the South Atlantic League’s Zanesville Greys (Class C) and Penn State Association’s Beaver Falls Bees (Class D).  Pacciera would spend the next two seasons in Sydney.

Home run king Chris Pickering was a pitcher/outfielder who was playing his final season of professional baseball.  He hit 8 home runs for the Dodgers.  His pitching was not so great, having posted an ERA of 12.60 in only five innings.  He played five games for the International League’s Baltimore Orioles in 1934.  The following season was spent with the Thomasville Orioles of the Georgia Florida League.

Roy Moore would lead the league in both ERA and wins.  He had previous pro experience with the Lowell Millers / Nashua Millionaires of the New England League.  He would pitch three seasons in Glace Bay.  He would spend the 1940 season with the Granby Red Socks of the Quebec Provincial League and 1941 with the Trois-Rivieres Renards of the Canadian-American League.

Strikeout king William Jarvis played the 1937 and 1938 seasons in Sydney.  These are his only recorded seasons of professional baseball.

There were five Major Leaguers in the league this season.  They were Len Merullo (New Waterford), Freddie McGuire (Glace Bay), Charlie Small (Sydney), Eddie Turchin (Dominion) and Billy Zitzmann (Dominion).  Merullo was the last surviving member of the 1945 Chicago Cubs (last pennant winning Cubs teams prior to last year).  He died in 2015.

Information for this post came from here and well as baseball reference (both the site and the bullpen).

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1975 Intercontinental Cup


Future Blue Jay Paul Molitor played in the 1975 Cup in Moncton.

The 1975 Intercontinental Cup was played in Moncton (Kiwanis Park) and Montreal (Parc Jarry).  This post has the standings, results and rosters for Canada & the USA.  This was the first major international baseball tournament staged in Atlantic Canada.  Top international baseball would return 22 years later at the 1997 World Juniors, also held in Moncton.

Round Robin:
(Kiwanis Park, Moncton)
August 14:
Canada 4, South Korea 2
Nicaragua 5, Puerto Rico 4

August 15:
United States 10, Puerto Rico 3
Japan 9, Italy 2

August 16:
Canada 9, Nicaragua 2
South Korea 12, Columbia 7

August 17:
United States 12, Italy 0
Puerto Rico 9, Columbia 2

August 18:
Italy 1, Canada 0 (6 innings, rain)

August 19:
Puerto Rico 4, South Korea 1
United States 4, Nicaragua 1

August 20:
Italy 2, Columbia 0
Japan 11, Nicaragua 1

August 21:
Japan 1, South Korea 0
Nicaragua 9, Columbia 5

August 22:
Canada 8, Columbia 7
Puerto Rico 5, Italy 4

August 23:
United States 5, South Korea 2
Japan 11, Puerto Rico 1

August 24:
United States 6, Canada 0

(Parc Jarry, Montreal)
August 27:
Canada 8, Puerto Rico 0
Nicaragua 10, Italy 4
South Korea 11, Italy 4

August 28:
United States 1, Japan 0 (12 innings)
Japan 9, Columbia 2
South Korea 5, Nicaragua 2

August 29:
Japan 8, Canada 1
United States 12, Columbia 2


United States 7-0
Japan 6-1
Canada 4-3
Nicaragua 3-4
Puerto Rico 3-4
South Korea 3-4
Italy 2-5
Columbia 0-7

Medal Round:
August 30:
United States 7, Canada 5 (semi-final)
Japan 11, Nicaragua 0 (semi-final)

August 31:
Nicaragua 5, Canada 4 (bronze medal)
United States 8, Japan 0 (gold medal)

I was able to find the rosters for both Team Canada and Team USA.  Like I did with the 1997 World Junior post, when possible, I included a tidbit on each player.

Team Canada:

  1. Fred Cardwell, P (top amateur pitcher in Canada in 1960s & 1970s)
  2. Brian Cox, C
  3. Dave Grass, 2B (amateur player from Manitoba)
  4. Brent Hallett, OF (native New Brunswicker)
  5. Kevin Keith, OF (native of Miramichi, NB)
  6. Greg Lindsay, P
  7. Dennis Lindsrand, 1B (native of Camrose, AB; played at Sam Houston State)
  8. Brad McArthur, P (native of White Rock, BC; played at Boise State)
  9. Richard Milo, OF (Quebec native, baseball journalist for 40 years)
  10. John Osborne, P (Toronto native)
  11. Alf Payne, SS (long time player in Intercounty League, passed away in 2012)
  12. Dale Ramsey, 2B
  13. Doug Simon, OF  (played for Canada in numerous tournaments)
  14. Barry Smith, OF
  15. Ted Springenatic, 3B (played at Washington State University)
  16. Jim Thomas, SS (British Columbia native)
  17. Bob Thompson, OF (long time player in Manitoba senior leagues)
  18. Bob Tommerson, P
  19. Al Watson, C

Coach: John Haar (former minor leaguer, advancing as far as A ball)
Coach:Vern Handrahan (former Kansas City Athletic, PEI native)
Coach: Wayne Norton (long time minor leaguer, advancing as far as AAA, long time scout)
Coach: Garneau Seaman (played in Halifax Defense League & Middleton Cardinals)
Trainer: Doc Younkers (trainer for Padres, 1976-85)

Team USA: 

  1. Carl Bergquist
  2. Jeff Brisson (16th round draft choice of Phillies in 1975, Iowa Western Community College)
  3. Bob Ferris  (pitched in 7 games with Angels in 1979-80)
  4. Ed Flaherty (played for University of Maine, coached at Southern Maine)
  5. Glenn Gulliver (played for Orioles in 1982-83)
  6. Duane Gustavson (played six seasons in Cubs, Astros & Royals systems, finishing at AA Omaha)
  7. Bob Hamilton (played five seasons in Dodgers system, finishing at AA San Antonio)
  8. Ron Hassey (played 14 MLB seasons with Indians, Cubs, Yankees, White Sox, A’s & Expos)
  9. Chris Knepp (played at University of North Carolina)
  10. Steve Lane (37th round draft pick of Cardinals in 1977, Vanderbilt)
  11. Tim Lewis (played five seasons in Yankees system, finishing at AAA Columbus)
  12. Butch Miller
  13. Paul Molitor (Hall of Famer, seven time all-star; played for Brewers, Blue Jays & Twins)
  14. Jerry Mondalto (Massachusetts native, played in Italy)
  15. Bert Newman (played one season in Cubs system)
  16. Steve Powers (played three seasons in Cubs & Indians systems, finishing at A Waterloo)
  17. Scott Sanderson (played 19 MLB seasons for Expos, Cubs, A’s, Yankees, Angels, Giants & White Sox; all-star in 1991)
  18. Tom Sohns (played five seasons in Reds system, finishing at AA Waterbury)
  19. Greg Vogel (played one season in Twins system)
  20. Denny Walling (played 18 MLB seasons with A’s, Astros, Cardinals & Rangers)
  21. Kip Young (pitched two seasons with Tigers, 1978-79)

Head Coach: Dick Bergquist (long time coach at University of Massachusetts)
Coach: Itchy Jones (long time coach at both University of Southern Illinois and University of Illinois)
Coach: Bob Smith

Rosters courtesy of & USA Baseball

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