Minneapolis Millers - Compiled by Stew Thornley
1957 - American Association, 85-69-2, 3rd place - Standings, statistics, and notes follow game-by-game results
Manager: John "Red" Davis
*Scheduled for seven innings
Date Opponent Outcome Record Notes
Sa 4/13 Milwaukee Braves (ex.) L 3-4 Losing pitcher-Joe Shipley.  Millers were held hitless until the 9th by Bob Buhl, Warren Spahn, and Lew Burdette.  Ed Bressoud breaks up the no-hitter with 1 out in the 9th with an infield hit off Burdette.  Millers got 2 more hits, including a 2-run homer by Carlos Paula.  All other American Association openers were rained out.
Tu 4/16 at Indianapolis Indians W 1-0 (6, rain) 1-0 Winning pitcher-Stu Miller 1-0.  Rain-shortened no-hitter for Miller, who struck out 7 and walked 2 in 6 innings.  Paula drives in Wayne Terwilliger with a double in the 1st for the only run.
W 4/17 at Indianapolis, wet grounds
Th 4/18 at Wichita Braves L 4-6 1-1 LP-Al Corwin 0-1.
F 4/19 at Wichita W 2-1 (10) 2-1 WP-Mike Blyzka 1-0.  Blyzka starts and pitches 9 scoreless innings.  The Millers, held to 2 hits over the first 9 innings, get 4 singles and a sacrifice fly for 2 runs in the 10th.
*Sa 4/20 at Charleston Senators L 5-6 (8) 2-2 LP-Roger Bowman 0-1.
Sa 4/20 at Charleston L 0-1 2-3 WP-Miller 1-1.  Miller gives up only 5 hits, but one is an 8th-inning home run by Charlie Lau.
Su 4/21 at Charleston L 2-3 (10) 2-4 LP-Vibert Clarke 0-1.
M 4/22 at Louisville Colonels W 14-1 3-4 WP-Corwin 1-1.  Louisville now playing in new Fairgrounds Stadium.  Orlando Cepeda hits 2 home runs and drives in 5 runs.
Tu 4/23 at Louisville W 4-3 4-4 WP-Blyzka 2-0.  Cepeda gets 3 hits, including a home run.  In the 1st inning, Don Grate throws out Tony Bartirome trying to score from first on a double to left by Ed Phillips with a throw estimated at 300 feet on the fly.
Th 4/25 Indianapolis L 3-7 4-5 LP-Miller 1-2.  Indianapolis manager and former Minneapolis second baseman Andy Cohen is honored in a ceremony at Met Stadium.  Crowd of 10,472 sees Millers lose opener.  In St. Paul, the Saints open Midway Stadium with a double loss to Wichita (day and night game).
F 4/26 Indianapolis W 7-5 5-5 WP-Shipley 1-0.  Cepeda homers.
Sa 4/27 Wichita L 3-4 5-6 LP-Clarke 0-2.
Su 4/28 Wichita W 6-5 6-6 WP-Blyzka 3-0.  Paula, after being out a week with a pulled back muscle, drives in 5 runs with a single, triple, and 450-foot home run over the center-field fence.
M 4/29 Wichita L 2-10 6-7 LP-Miller 1-3.  Paula drops a fly ball with 2 out in the 5th, leading to 6 unearned runs.
Tu 4/30 Louisville W 12-8 7-7 WP-Shipley 2-0.  Cepeda's 2-run homer in the 7th breaks a 6-6 tie.  Cepeda, 19 years old and making the jump from St. Cloud in the Class C Northern League, had started the season with no hits in his first 11 at bats and was 1 for 18.  Cepeda now has 5 home runs and 17 runs batted in.  Millers had been behind 6-1.
W 5/1 Louisville W 4-2 8-7 WP-Clarke 1-2.  
Th 5/2 Louisville W 5-2 9-7 WP-Blyzka 4-0.  2-hitter by Blyzka, who had a no-hitter until the 6th inning.
F 5/3 at St. Paul Saints W 4-3 10-7 WP-Miller 2-3.
Sa 5/4 St. Paul W 6-5 (11) 11-7 WP-Blyzka 5-0.  Blyzka wins in relief and scores the winning run after opening the 11th with a double.
Su 5/5 St. Paul L 2-5 (10) 11-8 LP-Clarke 1-3.
M 5/6 Omaha Cardinals W 3-2 12-8 WP-Fernando Rodriguez 1-0.  Paula pinch hits and singles home the winning run in the last of the 9th.  34-year-old Max Surkont, just acquired by the New York Giants and sent to the Millers, started and pitched into the 9th, when Omaha tied the score.
Tu 5/7 Omaha W 4-0 13-8 WP-Miller 3-3.  Miller shuts out his former team and gets 2 hits, including a 2-run homer.
W 5/8 Omaha L 2-9 13-9 LP-Corwin 1-2.
Th 5/9 Omaha W 6-2 14-9 WP-Blyzka 6-0.  7-hitter by Blyzka.  Cepeda draws his first walk of the season; it comes in his 90th plate appearance.
F 5/10 Denver Bears W 3-1 15-9 WP-Gene Bearden 1-0.  Bearden, acquired from Sacramento of the Pacific Coast League along with outfielder Jack Tobin, wins in his first start for the Millers.  Cepeda hits 7th home run.  Grate and Terwilliger also homer.  Bearden had asked to be traded because of an illness in his family and wanted to be closer to his home in Memphis, Tennessee.
Sa 5/11 Denver W 6-4 16-9 WP-Rodriguez 2-0.  Terwilliger hits 3-run homer with 2 out in the last of the 9th.
Su 5/12-1 Denver W 8-7 17-9 WP-Corwin 2-2.  Bressoud's 2-run double in the 7th puts Millers ahead 8-7.
*Su 5/12-2 Denver W 9-1 18-9 WP-Max Surkont 1-0.  Cepeda homers.  Millers move into first place by a 1/2 game over Wichita.  Cepeda gets 5 hits and drives in 6 runs in the doubleheader.
M 5/13 at Omaha, rain Giants call up Miller.
M 5/14 at Omaha L 5-8 18-10 LP-Blyzka 6-1.
W 5/15 at Omaha L 0-6 18-11 LP-Gordon Jones 0-1.  Giants send Pete Burnside (a Dartmouth graduate who is reportedly coming into a $3 million inheritance) to the Millers on option.  Felipe Alou sent to Springfield of the Eastern League to make room for Burnside.  Regarding his reported inheritance, in the August 7, 1957 The Sporting News (p. 7), Burnside said, "That's grossly exaggerated."
Th 5/16 at Denver, snow
F 5/17 at Denver W 3-1 19-11 WP-Bearden 2-0.  Denver president Bob Howsam has workers roll the snow on the field into balls against the outfield fence to clear the field.
Sa 5/18 at Denver L 2-13 19-12 LP-Surkont 1-1.
Su 5/19-1 at Denver L 9-10 19-13 LP-Rodriguez 2-1.
*Su 5/19-2 at Denver W 8-3 20-13 WP-Jones 1-1.
M 5/20 Charleston W 1-0 21-13 WP-Pete Burnside 1-0.  In his season debut with the Millers, Burnside pitches a 9-hitter, doesn't walk a batter, and strikes out 9.
Tu 5/21 Charleston W 4-2 22-13 WP-Bearden 3-0.
W 5/22 Charleston W 7-2 23-13 WP-Surkont 2-1.
Th 5/23 Indianapolis L 4-5 23-14 LP-Jones 1-2.
F 5/24 Indianapolis W 8-5 24-14 WP-Burnside 2-0.  Hank Thompson returns after a three-week layoff because of a bad hand and homers.
Sa 5/25 Indianapolis, rain
Su 5/26-1 Wichita W 9-8 (10) 25-14 WP-Shipley 3-0.  Wichita scores 8 in the top of the 1st off Bearden.  Shipley relieves with 1 out in the first, pitches scoreless relief the rest of the game, and gets Minneapolis on the board with a 3-run homer in the 2nd.  Grate wins the game with a 2-out homer in the 10th.
*Su 5/26-2 Wichita W 2-1 26-14 WP-Rodriguez 3-1.  Joey Jay has a perfect game through 6 innings (striking out 10 of the 18 batters he faced), but the Millers get 3 hits and score 2 runs in the last of the 7th to win.  
M 5/27 Wichita L 2-3 26-15 LP-Clarke 1-4.
Tu 5/28 at St. Paul L 4-6 26-16 LP-Jones 1-3.
W 5/29 St. Paul W 2-1 27-16 WP-Burnside 3-0.
Th 5/30 a.m. St. Paul L 0-5 27-17 LP-Surkont 2-2.
Th 5/30 p.m. at St. Paul L 9-10 27-18 LP-Blyzka 6-2.
*F 5/31-1 at Indianapolis, rain
F 5/31-2 at Indianapolis, rain
Sa 6/1-1 at Indianapolis L 2-3 (12) 27-19 LP-Bearden 3-1.  Jim Davenport homers in the 9th to tie the game, but Indianapolis wins with a run in the last of the 10th.
*Sa 6/1-2 at Indianapolis W 3-1 28-19 WP-Clarke 2-4.  Paula breaks 1-1 tie with a home run in the 6th.
Su 6/2 at Indianapolis W 4-0 29-19 WP-Jones 2-3.
M 6/3 at Wichita W 5-2 30-19 WP-Surkont 3-2.
Tu 6/4 at Wichita L 1-10 30-20 LP-Blyzka 6-3.  Carlton Willey pitches a 4-hitter and wins his 11th game of the season (4 against Minneapolis) without a loss.  Giants recall Burnside and option Joe Margoneri to Minneapolis.
W 6/5 at Wichita W 8-3 31-20 WP-Bearden 4-1.  Bearden wins but has to leave the game in the 8th after being hit in the left shoulder with a line drive.
Th 6/6 at Louisville W 14-8 32-20 WP-Clarke 3-4.  Cepeda homers.
F 6/7 at Louisville W 9-0 33-20 WP-Surkont 4-2.  Cepeda hits grand slam in the 1st, 11th home run of the season and 5th at Fairgrounds Stadium in Louisville.
Sa 6/8 at Louisville L 7-8 33-21 LP-Rodriguez 3-2.  Cepeda homers.  Umpire Sam Carrigan ejects Thompson and Bobby Hofman and subsequently clears the Millers' dugout.
*Su 6/9-1 at Charleston L 8-9 (10) 33-22 LP-Joe Margoneri 0-1.
Su 6/9-2 at Charleston L 4-5 (11) 33-23 LP-Jones 2-4.
M 6/10 at Charleston L 4-5 33-24 LP-Clarke 3-5.
Tu 6/11 at Charleston W 4-3 34-24 WP-Surkont 5-2.
W 6/12 Omaha W 3-2 35-25 WP-Margoneri 1-1.  6-hitter by Margoneri
Th 6/13 Omaha L 1-2 35-25 LP-Rodriguez 3-3.  Frank Barnes wins for the Cardinals, but the Millers score in the 6th to break his scoreless streak at 41-1/3 innings.  Barnes broke the record of 39 innings, set by Wilburt Schardt of Indianapolis in 1915.  Barnes left the game with an injured arm before giving up a run, but two runners were on base, and reliever Barney Schultz gave up a double to Bressoud that broke the scoreless streak.
F 6/14 Omaha L 0-3 35-26 LP-Jones 2-5.
Sa 6/15 Omaha L 1-3 35-27 LP-Shipley 3-1.
Su 6/16-1 Charleston, rain Burnside back with the Millers.
*Su 6/16-2 Charleston, rain
M 6/17 New York Giants (ex.) L 4-5 LP-Clarke.  Mays and Hank Sauer of the Giants homer in an exhibition game played before the Charleston-Minneapolis game before 20,185.
M 6/17 Charleston W 10-2 36-27 WP-Surkont 6-2.
Tu 6/18 Louisville W 3-2 (10) 37-27 WP-Blyzka 7-3.  Grate opens the 10th with a triple and scores on Tobin's single.
W 6/19 Louisville L 4-5 37-28 LP-Jones 2-6.
Th 6/20 Louisville W 12-6 38-28 WP-Shipley 4-1.  Cepeda gets 5 hits after being hit in the forearm by a batted ball during pre-game drills.  Millers get 23 hits in the game.
F 6/21 Indianapolis, rain
*Sa 6/22-1 Indianapolis W 6-3 39-28 WP-Surkont 7-2.
Sa 6/22-2 Indianapolis W 5-0 40-28 WP-Burnside 4-0.  1-hitter by Burnside in his first game back with the Millers.  The only hit was a 2nd-inning infield single by Sam Mele.
Su 6/23-1 Indianapolis L 4-8 40-29 LP-Margoneri 1-2.
*Su 6/23-2 Indianapolis L 0-6 40-30 LP-Jones 2-7.
M 6/24 Denver W 8-7 41-30 WP-Rodriguez 4-3.
Tu 6/25 Denver, rain
W 6/26 Denver W 12-5 42-30 WP-Steve Ridzik 1-0.
*Th 6/27-1 Denver W 10-2 43-30 WP-Margoneri 2-2.  Bob Schmidt hits a grand slam in the 1st.
Th 6/27-2 at Omaha L 2-10 43-31 LP-Surkont 7-3.
F 6/28 at Omaha W 3-1 44-31 WP-Burnside 5-0.  3-hitter by Burnside, who was hit in the left shin/ankle by a line drive hit by Rance Pless in the 2nd.  Although Burnside stayed in the game, he missed the next three weeks.  After his return, X-rays showed that he had a hairline fracture of the ankle.
Sa 6/29 at Omaha L 1-4 44-32 LP-Jones 2-8.
*Su 6/30-1 at Omaha L 1-9 44-33 LP-Margoneri 2-3.
Su 6/30-2 at Omaha L 1-2 44-34 LP-Ridzik 1-1.  Ridzik pitches a 5-hitter and homers but loses.
M 7/1 at Omaha L 6-7 44-35 LP-Jones 2-9.
Tu 7/2 at St. Paul W 7-6 (11) 45-35 WP-Surkont 8-3.
W 7/3 St. Paul W 8-4 46-35 WP-Jones 3-9.  Bill Taylor hits 2 home runs, the second a 3-run homer to break a 4-4 tie in the 7th.
Th 7/4 a.m. at St. Paul W 5-2 47-35 WP-Constable 1-0.  Constable, after breaking his right wrist during spring training, makes his first start of the season, wearing a leather brace to protect his wrist.
Th 7/4 p.m. St. Paul L 8-9 47-36 LP-Rodriguez 4-4.  Millers hold 8-1 after 5 innings and 8-5 after 8, but the Saints score 4 in the top of the 9th.
F 7/5 at Louisville L 5-6 47-37 LP-Jones 3-10.  Giants call up Bressoud, send Andre Rogers to the Millers.
Sa 7/6 at Louisville L 5-12 47-38 WP-Ridzik 1-2.
Su 7/7 at Louisville L 5-9 47-39 LP-Surkont 8-4.
M 7/8 at Louisville W 6-4 48-39 WP-Rodriguez 5-4.
Tu 7/9 at Wichita L 8-9 48-40 LP-Beardon 4-2.
W 7/10 at Wichita W 3-2 49-40 WP-Margoneri 3-3.
Th 7/11 at Wichita W 15-9 (10) 50-40 WP-Constable 2-0.
F 7/12 at Indianapolis L 1-12 50-41 LP-Beardon 4-3.
*Sa 7/13-1 at Indianapolis L 2-3 50-42 LP-Jones 3-11.
Sa 7/13-2 at Indianapolis W 12-5 51-42 WP-Rodriguez 6-4.
Su 7/14 at Indianapolis L 4-5 51-43 LP-Rodriguez 6-5.
M 7/15 American Association All-Star Game at Wichita W 5-4 WP-Stan Williams of St. Paul.  Bobby Hofman represents Minneapolis in the game.
W 7/17 at Denver W 9-8 52-43 WP-Margoneri 4-3.  Grate and Cepeda homer.
Th 7/18 at Denver W 6-5 53-43 WP-Jones 4-11.
F 7/19 at Denver L 1-11 53-44 LP-Constable 2-1.
Sa 7/20 at Denver L 3-11 53-45 LP-Ridzik 1-3.
Su 7/21 day St. Paul W 3-2 (10) 54-45 WP-Bearden 5-3.  Cepeda hist 19th homer.  Schmidt singles home the winning run.
Su 7/21 night at St. Paul W 4-2 55-45 WP-Margoneri 4-3.  Hofman hits a 2-run homer, and Taylor hits his 16th home run of the year.  This was the first time the Millers and Saints played a home-and-home doubleheader other than on a holiday and the first time  the games were played in the afternoon and night rather than morning and afternoon.  Only 3,970 attended the afternoon game at Met Stadium, and only 3,173 were at the night game at Midway Stadium.
M 7/22 St. Paul W 2-0 56-45 WP-Burnside 6-0.  3-hitter by Burnside in first game since getting hurt June 28.
Tu 7/23 at St. Paul L 1-12 56-46 LP-Jones 4-12.
W 7/24 Denver L 1-2 56-47 LP-Constable 2-2.
Th 7/25 Denver W 1-0 57-47 WP-Margoneri 6-3.  6-hitter by Margoneri.
F 7/26 Denver L 5-6 57-48 LP-Ridzik 1-4.  John Blanchard hits a 2-run homer for Denver.
Sa 7/27 Louisville W 1-0 58-48 WP-Burnside 7-0.  7-hitter by Burnside.  Davenport singles home Cepeda with 2 out in the 9th.  Hank Thompson annnounces his retirement from baseball.
Su 7/28 Louisville W 6-4 59-48 WP-Surkont 9-4.
M 7/29 Charleston W 5-3 60-48 WP-Constable 3-2.
*Tu 7/30-1 Charleston L 2-3 60-49 LP-Margoneri 6-4.
Tu 7/30-2 Charleston W 4-1 61-49 WP-Ridzik 2-4.
W 7/31 Wichita W 10-1 62-49 WP-Burnside 8-0.
Th 8/1 Wichita T 2-2 (9, rain) 62-49-1 Minneapolis scored in the last of the 9th to tie the game and had a runner on third with 2 out.  Joey Jay was in the process of intentionally walking Taylor when the game was called because of rain.  (In Omaha, Glenn Gorbous of the Cardinals threw a ball 445 feet to break the distance record set by Don Grate of Minneapolis on August 27, 1956.)
F 8/2 at Charleston L 3-4 62-50 LP-Jim Davis 0-1.
Sa 8/3-1 at Charleston L 5-8 62-51 LP-Bearden 5-4.
*Sa 8/3-2 at Charleston L 1-2 62-52 LP-Margoneri 6-5.
Su 8/4 at Charleston W 4-3 (10) 63-52 WP-Jones 5-12.
M 8/5 at Wichita L 3-8 63-53 LP-Burnside 8-1.
M 8/5 Cincinnati Reds vs. Detroit Tigers at Met Stadium (ex.) Paid crowd of 21,689 (21,783 total) sees Detroit beat Cincinnati 6-5 in an exhibition game at Met Stadium.
Tu 8/6 at Wichita W 9-3 64-53 WP-Ridzik 3-4.
W 8/7 at Wichita W 3-0 65-53 WP-Surkont 10-4.  4-hitter by Surkont.
Th 8/8 at Indianapoliis W 3-1 66-53 WP-Margoneri 7-5.
F 8/9 at Indianapoliis W 2-1 67-53 WP-Jones 6-12.  George "Bobby" Prescott hits 2 home runs, and the Millers get their 26th 1-run win of the season.
Sa 8/10 at Indianapoliis T 2-2 (7, rain) 67-53-2 Burnside misses chance for 9th win when rain in the last of the 8th wipes out the 3 runs the Millers scored to break a 2-2 tie in the top of the 8th.
Su 8/11 at Louisville W 3-2 (7, rain) 68-53 WP-Ridzik 4-4.
M 8/12 at Louisville W 4-2 (11) 69-53 WP-Surkont 11-4.  Cepeda doubles to start a 3-run rally in 11th inning.
Tu 8/13 at St. Paul L 3-5 69-54 LP-Margoneri 7-6.
W 8/14 St. Paul L 0-4 69-55 LP-Burnside 8-2.
Th 8/15 at St. Paul W 8-6 70-55 WP-Jones 7-12.
*F 8/16-1 Charleston W 5-3 71-55 WP-Surkont 12-4.
F 8/16-2 Charleston W 2-1 72-55 WP-Ridzik 5-4.  With 1 out in the last of the 9th, Taylor and Cepeda hit back-to-back home runs.
Sa 8/17 Charleston W 4-2 73-55 WP-Margoneri 8-6.
Su 8/18 Charleston L 3-7 73-56 LP-Burnside 8-3.  Ben Mateosky of Charleston homers in his first two plate appearances in the American Association.
M 8/19 Louisville W 6-4 74-56 WP-Jones 8-12.
Tu 8/20 Louisville W 3-2 75-56 WP-Ridzik 6-4.
W 8/21 Louisville L 1-3 75-57 LP-Margoneri 8-7.
*Th 8/22-1 Wichita L 0-1 75-58 LP-Surkont 12-5.
Th 8/22 Wichita W 3-1 76-58 WP-Burnside 9-3.
F 8/23 Wichita L 1-9 76-59 LP-Jones 8-13.  Braves score all 9 runs in the 5th.  Carlton Willey, named the league's Most Valuable Player, wins his 19th game.
Sa 8/24 Wichita W 2-1 77-59 WP-Ridzik 7-4.
Su 8/25-1 Indianapolis W 6-3 78-59 WP-Margoneri 9-7.
*Su 8/25-2 Indianapolis L 0-5 78-60 LP-Bearden 5-5.
*M 8/26-1 Indianapolis W 7-0 79-60 WP-Surkont 13-5.  4-hitter by Surkont.  Grate homers to break an 8-game homerless streak for the Millers.
M 8/26-2 Indianapolis W 7-3 80-60 WP-Burnside 10-3.  Foster Castleman hits a 3-run homer.
Tu 8/27 at Denver L 8-13 80-61 LP-Bearden 5-6.
W 8/28 at Denver L 1-4 80-62 LP-Ridzik 7-5.
Th 8/29 at Denver L 7-14 80-63 LP-Margoneri 9-8.
F 8/30 Omaha, rain
*Sa 8/31-1 Omaha W 3-1 81-63 WP-Surkont 14-5.  Terwilliger ties the game with a single in the last of the 7th, and Castleman homers to win it. 
Sa 8/31-2 Omaha L 3-4 81-64 LP-Burnside 10-4.  Cepeda hits 2 homers, giving him 24 for the season.
Su 9/1 Omaha L 3-5 81-65 LP-Jones 8-14.
M 9/2 a.m. St. Paul W 8-6 82-65 WP-Ridzik 8-5.  Ridzik homers and has 18 hits in 44 at bats for a .409 batting average.
M 9/2 p.m. at St. Paul L 4-8 82-66 LP-Margoneri 9-9.
Tu 9/3 at St. Paul L 5-8 82-67 LP-Burnside 10-5.
W 9/4 St. Paul W 5-2 83-67 WP-Surkont 15-5.
Th 9/5 at Omaha, rain
*F 9/6-1 at Omaha L 1-2 83-68 LP-Ridzik 8-6.
F 9/6-2 at Omaha W 6-2 84-68 WP-Jones 9-14.
Sa 9/7 at Omaha L 3-6 84-69 LP-Margoneri 9-10.
Su 9/8 at Omaha W 6-5 85-69-2 WP-Davis 1-1.
Playoffs
Tu 9/11 at Denver L 2-4 0-1 LP-Ridzik.
W 9/12 at Denver L 0-4 0-2 LP-Margoneri.  3-hitter for Ryne Duren of Denver.  Marv Throneberry, who led the American Association in home runs for the third straight year, opened the scoring with a 2-run homer in the 2nd.
Th 9/13 Denver L 1-5 0-3 LP-Burnside.
F 9/14 Denver L 1-2 0-4 LP-Surkont.
W L Manager
Wichita 93 61 Ben Geraghty
Denver 90 64 Ralph Houk
Minneapolis 85 69 John "Red" Davis
St. Paul 82 72 Max Macon
Omaha 76 78 John Keane
Indianapolis 74 80 Andy Cohen
Charleston 67 87 Frank Skaff-Bill Norman
Louisville 49 105 Lambert "Dutch" Lambert
Statistics
Player Games Batting Average Home Runs Runs Batted In Position
Orlando Cepeda 151 .309 25 108 1b
Don Grate 150 .296 10 69 of
Jim Davenport 148 .291 10 53 3b
Carlos Paula 104 .288 6 45 of
Ed Bressoud 81 .286 4 35 ss
Jack Tobin 42 .283 0 8 of
George “Bobby” Prescott 54 .278 8 31 of
Bobby Hofman 61 .278 4 28 c-1b
Bill Taylor 115 .274 21 59 of
Wayne Terwilliger 144 .270 7 50 2b
Bob Schmidt 120 .262 17 61 c
Foster Castleman 48 .245 3 13 2b-ss
Hank Thompson 78 .243 2 19 of-2b
Jake Jenkins 33 .233 2 13 c
Andre Rodgers 52 .220 2 15 ss
Felipe Alou 24 .211 0 3 of
Ed White 13 .107 0 3
Lee Tate 8 .000
Pitcher G IP W L ERA
Stu Miller 7 51 3 3 2.29
Pete Burnside 20 131 10 5 2.47
Fernando Rodriguez 66 106 6 5 2.97
Matt Surkont 27 183 15 5 3.05
Jim Davis 21 36 1 1 3.5
Joe Shipley 18 61 4 1 3.84
Steve Ridzek 21 117 8 6 4.38
Vibert Clarke 21 80 3 5 4.39
Jim Constable 10 45 3 2 4.8
Joe Margoneri 25 132 9 10 4.84
Gordon Jones 33 166 9 14 5.04
Gene Bearden 34 112 5 6 5.3
Mike Blyzka 22 83 7 3 5.31
Al Corwin* 22 107 4 9 5.72
Roger Bowman* 15 30 1 2 7.2
*Corwin and Bowman’s statistics include games pitched with Louisville in 1957.