Los Angeles Angels

1957 Los Angeles Angels Roster on StatsCrew.com


Los Angeles Angels 1957 Los Angeles Angels StatisticsThe Los Angeles Angels of the Pacific Coast League ended the 1957 season with a record of 80 wins and 88 losses, sixth in the PCL.

The Angels plated 716 runs and gave up 729 runs. Steve Bilko crushed 56 homers for Los Angeles, while Bert Hamric and Jim Baxes walloped 20 or more also. Steve Bilko drove in 140 runs and topped all regular batters by connecting at a .300 clip. Ralph Mauriello led the squad with 11 wins, and John Jancse recorded a 3.75 ERA, leading regular hurlers.

Players from the 1957 Los Angeles Angels who spent time in the Majors during their careers included Red Adams, Sparky Anderson, Earl Battey, Jim Baxes, Steve Bilko, Babe Birrer, Bob Borkowski, Bob Darnell, Ben Flowers, Jim Fridley, Connie Grob, Bert Hamric, Roy Hartsfield, Jim Hughes, Monte Irvin, Tom Lasorda, Ralph Mauriello, Glenn Mickens, Ron Negray, Tom Saffell, Larry Sherry, El Tappe, Dick Teed, Vito Valentinetti and Gale Wade.

Clay Bryant served as manager.

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Player Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Red Adams R R October 7, 1921 6’0″ 185 Parlier, CA US
Glenn Mickens R R July 26, 1930 6’0″ 175 Wilmar, CA US
Glenn McMinn R R March 11, 1933 6’1″ 165 Chillicothe, TX US
Ralph Mauriello R R August 25, 1934 6’3″ 195 Brooklyn, NY US
Vic Marasco R November 9, 1928 5’8″ 175 Los Angeles, CA US
Tom Lasorda L L September 22, 1927 5’10” 175 Norristown, PA US
Wally Lammers R R October 31, 1926 5’11” 180 Buckley, IL US
Bob Jenkins R R August 15, 1931 6’0″ 195 Hagerstown, MD US
John Jancse R R August 15, 1930 6’0″ 185 Forest Hills, PA US
Ron Negray R R February 26, 1930 6’1″ 185 Akron, OH US
Bill Olson L November 5, 1935 6’1″ 175 Los Angeles, CA US
Vito Valentinetti R R September 16, 1928 6’0″ 195 West New York, NJ US
Dick Teed S R March 8, 1926 5’11” 180 Springfield, MA US
El Tappe R R May 21, 1927 5’11” 180 Quincy, IL US
Larry Sherry R R July 25, 1935 6’2″ 180 Los Angeles, CA US
Tom Saffell L R July 26, 1921 5’11” 170 Etowah, TN US
Rudy Paynich R R March 29, 1926 6’3″ 200 Bisbee, AZ US
Chuck Page R R March 28, 1936 5’11” 175 Hillsdale, OK US
Herb Olson L R November 20, 1930 6’1″ 190 Wenatchee, WA US
Monte Irvin R R February 25, 1919 6’1″ 195 Haleburg, AL US
Jim Hughes R R March 21, 1923 6’1″ 200 Chicago, IL US
Bobby Catton R R December 17, 1937 5’10” 185 New Orleans, LA US
Jack Caro R R February 2, 1931 6’1″ 174 Pensacola, FL US
Bob Borkowski R R January 27, 1926 6’0″ 182 Dayton, OH US
Babe Birrer R R July 4, 1929 6’0″ 195 Buffalo, NY US
Steve Bilko R R November 13, 1928 6’1″ 230 Nanticoke, PA US
Jim Baxes R R July 5, 1928 6’1″ 190 San Francisco, CA US
Earl Battey R R January 5, 1935 6’1″ 205 Los Angeles, CA US
Sparky Anderson R R February 22, 1934 5’9″ 170 Bridgewater, SD US
Bob Darnell R R November 6, 1930 5’10” 175 Wewoka, OK US
Lorenzo Davis R R July 3, 1917 6’3″ 188 Piper, AL US
Roy Hartsfield R R October 25, 1925 5’9″ 165 Chattahoochee, GA US
Dick Hanlon R R February 9, 1933 5’10” 175 San Francisco, CA US
Bert Hamric L R March 1, 1928 6’0″ 165 Clarksburg, WV US
Connie Grob L R November 9, 1932 6’0″ 180 Cross Plains, WI US
Bill George L L August 12, 1927 6’0″ 180 Summit, NJ US
Jim Fridley R R September 6, 1924 6’2″ 205 Phillippi, WV US
Ben Flowers R R June 15, 1927 6’4″ 195 Wilson, NC US
Bobby Dolan R R December 8, 1930 5’10” 165 Evansville, IA US
Gale Wade L R January 20, 1929 6’1″ 185 Hollister, MO 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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