Minneapolis Millers - Compiled by Stew Thornley
1958 - American Association, 82-71-1, 3rd place (Junior World Series champions) - Standings, statistics, and notes follow game-by-game results
Manager: Gene Mauch
*Scheduled for seven innings
Date Opponent Outcome Record Notes
Tu 4/15 at Louisville Colonels W 9-5 1-0 Winning pitcher-Glen "Stubby" Stabelfeld 1-0.  Former Minneapolis team (the farm team of the Giants) was transferred to Phoenix and replaced with this farm team of the Boston Red Sox, which moved from San Francisco.
W 4/16 at Louisville W 4-1 2-0 WP-Jack Spring 1-0.
Th 4/17 at Louisville W 7-4 3-0 WP-Tom Hurd 1-0.  Millers coach Jimmie Foxx takes batting practice and hits a 350-foot drive out of the park.  Faye Throneberry homers in the game for the Millers.
F 4/18 at Charleston Senators L 1-7 3-1 LP-Bill Monbouquette 0-1.
Sa 4/19 at Charleston W 8-3 4-1 WP-Dean Stone 1-0.  Stone gets win but is relieved by Tom Hurd while leading 5-1 and working on a no-hitter in the 6th after walking the first two batters, issuing a wild pitch, and going to a 2-0 count on Stan Palys.  Doug Camilli breaks up the no-hitter with a double in the 7th, and the Senators get 2 hits in the game.
Su 4/20-1 at Charleston W 5-1 (12) 5-1 WP-Arnold Earley 1-0.
*Su 4/20-2 at Charleston L 0-2 5-2 LP-Stabelfeld 1-1.
Tu 4/22 Louisville W 11-6 6-2 WP-Harry Dorish 1-0.  Elijah "Pumpsie" Green hits a grand slam to tie the game 4-4 in the 3rd.  Green adds a single and drives in 5 after arriving late at the stadium because the car he was riding in during a pre-game parade on Nicollet Avenue ran out of gas.  Harry Malmberg's solo homer in the 4th puts the Millers ahead to stay.  With a crowd of 8,513, the Millers win the American Association Opening Day attendance contest for the third straight year.
W 4/23 Louisville W 3-0 7-2 WP-Monbouquette 1-1.  2-hitter by Monbouquette.  Throneberry hits 2-run homer in the 1st.
Th 4/24 Louisville W 3-2 8-2 WP-Stone 2-0.  Attendance of 196 gives the Millers a total of 975 for the series, played in cold weather, against Louisville.
F 4/25 Charleston L 4-6 8-3 LP-Bob Chakales 0-1.  Throneberry hits a grand slam.  Green leads Amerian Association with a .472 battting average.
Sa 4/26 Charleston L 1-3 8-4 LP-Bert Thiel 0-1.  Player-manaager Gene Mauch, hitting only .051, benches himself.
Su 4/27-1 Charleston L 5-9 8-5 LP-Monbouquette 1-2.
*Su 4/27-2 Charleston L 0-2 (11) 8-6 LP-Spring 1-1.
Tu 4/29 at Indianapolis Indians W 8-3 9-6 WP-Stone 3-0.
W 4/30 at Indianapolis W 8-6 10-6 WP-Hurd 2-0.  Ed Sadowski breaks 6-6 tie with 2-run homer in the 9th.
Th 5/1 at Indianapolis L 3-5 10-7 LP-Ted Bowsfield 0-1.  Sadowski homers for the third straight game,
F 5/2 at Indianapolis, rain
Sa 5/3 at Wichita Braves, rain
*Su 5/4-1 at Wichita W 7-3 (11) 11-7 WP-Tom Borland 1-0.  Throneberry's second home run of the game, a three-run homer, breaks a 3-3 tie in the 11th.  Frank Kellert follows with a homer.
Su 5/4-2 at Wichita W 5-4 12-7 WP-Hurd 3-0.  Spencer "Red" Robbins, who had struck out 7 straight times, drives in the winning run with a fielder's choice in the 8th.
M 5/5 at Wichita W 9-6 13-7 WP-Bill Abernathie 1-0.  Art Schult hits a grand slam.
Tu 5/6 Indianapolis L 3-7 (13) 13-8 LP-Spring 1-2.
W 5/7 Indianapolis W 14-3 14-8 WP-Bowsfield 1-1.  Robbins and Schult hit grand slams in the 3rd and 4th innings.
Th 5/8 Indianapolis W 5-3 15-8 WP-Thiel 1-1.
F 5/9 Wichita W 2-0 16-8 WP-Monbouquette 2-2.  2-hitter for Monbouquette.
Sa 5/10 Wichita L 3-6 16-9 LP-Chakales 0-2.
Su 5/11-1 Wichita L 1-6 16-10 LP-Spring 1-3.
*Su 5/11-2 Wichita W 3-2 17-10 WP-Bowsfield 2-1.  Schult's 2-run homer in the 1st inning gives him 27 runs batted in, tops in the American Association.
Tu 5/13 at St. Paul Saints L 3-4 17-11 LP-Stone 3-1.
W 5/14 St. Paul W 4-0 18-11 WP-Monbouquette 3-2.  Third shutout for Monbouquette.  Mauch singles and doubles, ending a streak of 38 straight plate appearances without a hit.
Th 5/15 St. Paul L 0-4 18-12 LP-Borland 1-1.  Washington Senators recall Faye Throneberry.
F 5/16 Denver Bears W 2-1 19-12 WP-Thiel 2-1.  Kellert hits the first pitch of the 9th for a game-winning home run.
Sa 5/17 Denver W 10-3 20-12 WP-Bowsfield 3-1.  Tom Umphlett, Lu Clinton, and Gene Mauch each hits a 3-run homer, the first homer of the season for each.
Su 5/18-1 Denver L 9-11 20-13 LP-Dorish 1-1.  Monbouquette starts and is lifted after walking the first four batters.
*Su 5/18-2 Denver L 0-8 20-14 LP-Hurd 3-1.  Hurd hit hard in his first start of the season.
M 5/19 at Omaha Cardinals L 0-1 20-15 LP-Stone 3-2.
M 5/19 San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago White Sox at Met Stadium San Francisco 10, Chicago 1 before 12,659 in exhibition game.
Tu 5/20 at Omaha W 4-1 21-15 WP-Monbouquette 4-2.
W 5/21 at Omaha W 4-2 22-15 WP-Bowsfield 4-1.
Th 5/22 at Omaha W 9-2 23-15 WP-Schroll 1-0.  Schroll wins in first start for Millers, beating Omaha rookie Bob Gibson.  Lu Clinton homers.
F 5/23 at Denver W 14-2 24-15 WP-Stone 4-2.  Mauch injures knee tendons when bowled over by Zeke Bella of Denver.
Sa 5/24 at Denver, rain
Su 5/25-1 at Denver L 2-3 24-16 LP-Monbouquette 4-3.
*Su 5/25-2 at Denver W 11-4 25-16 WP-Thiel 3-1.
M 5/26 Omaha L 4-6 25-17 LP-Hurd 3-2.
Tu 5/27 Omaha L 0-2 25-18 LP-Stone 4-3.
W 5/28 Omaha L 7-8 25-19 LP-Monbouquette 4-4.
Th 5/29 Omaha W 4-2 26-19 WP-Thiel 4-1.  4-hitter by Thiel in a game played in 1 hour, 29 minutes.
F 5/30 a.m. at St. Paul W 6-3 27-19 WP-Bowsfield 5-1.  Robbins hits 2 home runs.
F 5/30 p.m. St. Paul L 1-2 27-20 LP-Monbouquette 4-5.
Sa 5/31 at St. Paul, rain Millers get shortstop Jose Valdivielso on option from Washington.
Su 6/1 St. Paul L 2-4 27-21 LP-Abernathie 1-1.
M 6/2 at Wichita W 6-2 (15) 28-21 WP-Dorish 2-1.  Corky Valentine walks Sadowski to force in the go-ahead run in the 15th.  Robbins then steals home on the front end of a triple steal.
Tu 6/3 at Wichita L 3-4 28-22 LP-Hurd 3-3.
W 6/4 at Wichita W 5-2 29-22 WP-Monbouquette 5-5.
*Th 6/5-1 at Indianapolis W 5-2 30-22 WP-Hurd 4-3.
Th 6/5-2 at Indianapolis L 1-4 30-23 LP-Bowsfield 5-2.
F 6/6 at Indianapolis W 3-0 31-23 WP-Schroll 2-0.
Sa 6/7 at Indianapolis W 8-6 32-23 WP-Stone 5-3.  Down 4-0 Millers score 7 in the 4th and hold 8-6 lead into the 9th.  Mauch moves pitcher Harry Dorish to third base and Jack Spring comes in and retires Joe Altobelli.  Dorish returns to the mound to face Harmon Killebrew and Spring goes to first.  After Killebrew was retired, Spring returns to the mound and gets Al Facchini to end the game.  Indianapolis manager Walker Cooper protests the game, but the protest is not upheld.
Su 6/8-1 at Indianapolis W 5-2 33-23 WP-Thiel 5-1.  Mauch again shuttles Dorish and Spring between the mound and an infield position in the 9th.
*Su 6/8-2 at Indianapolis W 3-0 34-23 WP-Borland 2-1.  2-hitter for Borland, who strikes out 13, beating 38-year-old Millard "Dixie" Howell, whose battery-mate was the 43-year-old Cooper.
M 6/9 Wichita L 0-1 34-24 LP-Monbouquette 5-6.  Monbouquette loses on an unearned run in the 9th.
Tu 6/10 Wichita L 0-2 34-25 LP-Bowsfield 5-3.
W 6/11 Wichita W 6-5 (14) 35-25 WP-Hurd 5-3.
Th 6/12 Wichita W 2-0 36-25 WP-Stone 6-3.  5-hitter by Stone.
F 6/13 Indianapolis L 2-3 36-26 LP-Borland 2-2.
Sa 6/14 Indianapolis L 0-3 36-27 LP-Monbouquette 5-7.
Su 6/15-1 Indianapolis L 0-8 36-28 LP-Thiel 5-2.  4-hitter by Carl Thomas, a graduate of Central High School in Minneapolis, to extend his scoreless streak to 25 innings.  John Romano, John Callison, and Harmon Killebrew homer (Killebrew's second homer of the season and his first-ever at Met Stadium; Killebrew was sent down to Chattanooga the next day).
*Su 6/15-2 Indianapolis W 8-4 37-28 WP-Bowsfield 6-3.
M 6/16 Boston Red Sox (ex.) W 14-10 WP-Borland.  Ted Williams hits a 400-foot 2-run homer in a 5-run Boston 1st inning before 18,638.
Tu 6/17 at Charleston L 1-9 37-29 LP-Stone 6-4.
W 6/18 at Charleston L 2-3 (12) 37-30 LP-Hurd 5-4.  Hurd singles in the go-ahead run in the top of the 12th but gives up 2 runs in the bottom of the inning.
Th 6/19 at Charleston T 1-1 (8, rain) Coach Jimmie Foxx is hospitalized with extremely high blood pressure (released June 27).
F 6/20 at Louisville L 2-3 (11) 37-31 LP-Hurd 5-5.
Sa 6/21 at Louisville L 5-7 37-32 LP-Schroll 2-1.  Millers trade Kellert to Portland of the Pacific Coast League for Paul Smith.
Su 6/22-1 at Louisville W 3-0 38-32 WP-Thiel 6-2.  7-hitter by Thiel.
*Su 6/22-2 at Louisville W 6-1 39-32 LP-Stone 7-4.  4-hitter by Stone.  Schult hits 2 home runs.
M 6/23 Charleston W 9-2 40-32 WP-Dorish 3-1.  Schult hits a 3-run homer.
Tu 6/24 Charleston, rain
*W 6/25-1 Charleston W 3-2 41-32 WP-Hurd 6-5.  Smith squeezes home Sadowski with the winning run in the last of the 7th.
W 6/25-2 Charleston W 5-4 42-32 WP-Monbouquette 6-7.
Th 6/26 Charleston L 2-8 42-33 LP-Stone 7-5.  Jerry Davie of Charleston wins to raise his record to 9-0.
F 6/27 Charleston L 2-3 42-34 LP-Thiel 6-3.
Sa 6/28 Louisville W 3-1 43-34 WP-Borland 3-2.  2-hitter by Borland.  In the 3rd inning with Paul Smith on second and Schult on first, Umphlett hits a drive over the left-field fence.  Jake Pyburn leaps as if trying for the catch, faking the runners.  Seeing Smith tag at second, Schult heads back to first. Umphlett rounds first, passes Schult, and is called out and credited with a 2-run single.
Su 6/29-1 Louisville W 12-1 44-34 WP-Bowsfield 7-3.  Millers get 19 hits.  Schult gets 4 hits, including a home run and 2 doubles.
*Su 6/29-2 Louisville W 3-2 45-34 WP-Monbouquette 7-7.  3-hitter for Monbouquette.  HR-Sadowski 2, Green.
Tu 7/1 at St. Paul L 0-1 45-35 LP-Stone 7-6.
W 7/2 St. Paul L 1-6 45-36 LP-Thiel 6-4.
Th 7/3 St. Paul L 1-11 45-37 LP-Borland 3-3.
F 7/4 a.m. St. Paul, rain
F 7/4 p.m. at St. Paul L 4-6 45-38 LP-Monbouquette 7-8.
F 7/4 night St. Paul W 7-0 46-38 WP-Bowsfield 8-3.  5-hitter by Bowsfield.  Makeup of morning game that was rained out.
Sa 7/5 at Omaha W 3-0 47-38 WP-Stone 8-6.  6-hitter by Stone.  Sadowski hits 3-run homer in the 4th..
*Su 7/6-1 at Omaha L 0-5 47-39 LP-Thiel 6-5.
Su 7/6-2 at Omaha W 2-1 48-39 WP-Schroll 3-1.
M 7/7 at Omaha W 4-2 49-39 WP-Bud Byerly 1-0.
Tu 7/8 at Denver W 10-5 50-39 WP-Monbouquette 8-8.
W 7/9 at Denver L 7-9 50-40 LP-Hurd 6-6.
Th 7/10 at Denver L 3-4 50-41 LP-Stone 8-7.
F 7/11 St. Paul W 3-1 51-41 WP-Schroll 4-1.
Sa 7/12 at St. Paul L 0-1 51-42 LP-Bowsfield 8-4.
Su 7/13 at St. Paul L 1-3 51-43 LP-Monbouquette 8-9.
M 7/14 American Association All-Star Game at Denver W 10-2 WP-Jerry Davie of Charleston.  (Davie is 11-0 during the regular season this year.)  Monbouquette, Sadowski, Green, and Bowsfield play in the game.
Tu 7/15 at St. Paul W 10-8 52-43 WP-Hurd 7-6.
W 7/16 Denver L 1-3 52-44 LP-Schroll 4-2.  John Gabler, now 15-2, wins for Denver.
Th 7/17 Denver L 0-14 52-45 LP-Thiel 6-6.
F 7/18 Denver W 11-3 53-45 WP-Duane Wilson 1-0.  Andy Cohen uses 17 of his 20 players in the game, including 7 in the leadoff spot in the order.
Sa 7/19 Denver W 6-5 54-45 WP-Hurd 8-6.  Jose Valdivielso doubles and circles the bases on an error for the winning run in the last of the 9th.  Millers trade Jack Spring to San Diego for Stu "Lefty" Locklin.
Su 7/20 Omaha W 5-2 55-45 WP-Borland 4-3.  Mauch and Schult homer.
M 7/21 Philadelphia Phillies vs. Washington Senators at Met Stadium Philadelphia 8, Washington 6 before 15,990 in an exhibition game followed by Omaha-Minneapolis game.
M 7/21 Omaha W 3-0 (10) 56-45 WP-Schroll 5-2.  Schult hits 3-run homer with 2 out in the 10th.
Tu 7/22 Omaha L 1-6 56-46 LP-Wilson 1-1.
W 7/23 Omaha L 4-5 56-47 LP-Hurd 8-7.
Th 7/24 Indianapolis W 3-2 (10) 57-47 WP-Bob "Riverboat" Smith 1-0.
F 7/25 Indianapolis W 5-2 58-47 WP-Borland 5-3.
Sa 7/26 Indianapolis W 10-3 59-47 WP-Schroll 6-2.  5-hitter by Schroll, who also singles and hits a 3-run homer.
Su 7/27 Indianapolis L 2-8 59-48 LP-Wilson 1-2.
M 7/28 Wichita L 2-3 59-49 LP-Stone 8-8.
Tu 7/29 Wichita L 2-5 59-50 LP-B. Smith 1-1.
W 7/30 Wichita L 5-6 59-51 LP-Wilson 1-3.
Th 7/31 at Indianapolis W 8-3 60-51 WP-Borland 6-3.
F 8/1 at Indianapolis L 8-9 (13) 60-52 LP-Hurd 8-8.
Sa 8/2 at Wichita W 1-0 61-52 WP-Stone 9-8.  1-hitter by Stone.  Paul Smith homers in the 9th.
*Su 8/3-1 at Wichita L 0-2 61-53 LP-Borland 6-4.
Su 8/3-2 at Wichita L 2-10 61-54 LP-B. Smith 1-2.
M 8/4 at Wichita L 2-5 61-55 LP-Schroll 6-3.
Tu 8/5 at Wichita L 5-8 61-56 LP-Wilson 1-4.
W 8/6 Charleston W 4-2 62-56 WP-Stone 10-8.  Millers score in the 3rd to break Art Houtteman's streak of 20 scoreless innings.
Th 8/7 Charleston L 1-7 62-57 LP-Borland 6-5.  Davie (14-2) wins for Charleston.
F 8/8 Charleston L 3-8 62-58 LP-B. Smith 1-3.
Sa 8/9 Louisville W 4-1 63-58 WP-Schroll 7-3.
Su 8/10-1 Louisville W 3-1 64-58 WP-Wilson 2-4.
*Su 8/10-2 Louisville W 8-3 65-58 WP-B. Smith 2-3.
M 8/11 Louisville L 5-10 65-59 LP-Schroll 7-4.
Tu 8/12 at Omaha L 1-2 65-60 LP-Hurd 8-9.
W 8/13 at Omaha W 6-3 66-60 WP-B. Smith 3-3.
Th 8/14 at Omaha W 6-3 67-60 WP-Stone 11-8.
*F 8/15-1 at Charleston, rain
F 8/15-2 at Charleston, rain
Sa 8/16 day at Charleston W 5-3 68-60 WP-Wilson 3-4.  Green hits 2-run homer in the 9th as Millers beat Davie (15-3).
Sa 8/16 night at Charleston L 1-4 68-61 LP-Schroll 7-5.
Su 8/17-1 at Charleston W 3-1 69-61 WP-Borland 7-5.
*Su 8/17-2 at Charleston W 3-1 (10) 70-61 WP-B. Smith 4-3.
M 8/18 at Louisville W 3-0 71-61 WP-Stone 12-8.
Tu 8/19 at Louisville W 7-3 72-61 WP-Wilson 4-4.
W 8/20 at Louisville L 1-3 72-62 WP-Schroll 7-6.
Th 8/21 at Louisville L 2-3 72-63 LP-Borland 7-6.
F 8/22 St. Paul L 0-2 72-64 LP-B. Smith 4-4.
Sa 8/23 at St. Paul, rain
Su 8/24 at St. Paul W 10-6 73-64 WP-Stone 13-8.  Sadowski hits a grand slam in a 6-run 1st inning.
M 8/25 Omaha, rain
*Tu 8/26-1 Omaha L 1-2 73-65 LP-Borland 7-7.
Tu 8/26-2 Omaha W 2-1 74-65 WP-Wilson 5-4.
W 8/27 Omaha W 7-1 75-65 WP-B. Smith 5-4.
Th 8/28 Denver L 3-6 75-66 LP-Dorish 3-2.
F 8/29 Denver L 3-6 75-67 LP-Stone 13-9.
Sa 8/30 Denver L 0-7 75-68 LP-Schroll 7-7.
Su 8/31 St. Paul L 1-3 75-69 LP-Wilson 5-5.
M 9/1 a.m. at St. Paul W 2-1 76-69 WP-Borland 8-7.
M 9/1 p.m. St. Paul W 1-0 77-69 WP-B. Smith 6-4.  3-hitter by Smith, who strikes out 9.  Mauch doubles in each game for the only extra-base hits by either team in both games.
Tu 9/2 at St. Paul L 0-4 77-70 LP-Stone 13-10.  18th time Millers have been shut out this year.
W 9/3 at St. Paul W 14-4 78-70 WP-Hurd 9-9.
*Th 9/4-1 at Denver W 7-5 79-70 WP-Schroll 8-7.
Th 9/4-2 at Denver W 13-5 80-70 WP-Wilson 6-5.
F 9/5 at Denver W 2-1 (10) 81-70 WP-Hurd 10-9.
S 9/6 at Denver W 8-7 82-70 WP-Borland 9-7.  Millers overcome 5-0 deficit to win and clinch playoff spot.
Su 9/7 at Denver L 2-11 82-71-1 LP-Schroll 8-8.  
Playoffs
Tu 9/9 at Wichita L 2-4 0-1 LP-B. Smith.  Vic Rehm wins for Wichita and homers in the 3rd for a 1-0 lead.
W 9/10 at Wichita W 5-4 1-1 WP-Dorish.  Dorish relieves Stone in the 5th.  Millers hold 4-1 lead in the 8th but Braves have runners at 1st and 2nd.  Mauch moves Dorish to third base and brings in Borland, who walks 2 batters to force in a run.  Dorish retakes the mound and gets out of the inning.
Th 9/11 at Wichita L 2-9 1-2 LP-Wilson.  Wichita hits 5 homers, including 2 each by Ed Charles and Ray Shearer.
F 9/12 Wichita W 2-0 2-2 WP-Schroll.  4-hitter by Schroll.  Schult hits a 430-foot, 2-run homer to left in the 8th.
Sa 9/13 Wichita W 4-3 2-3 WP-Hurd.  Hurd wins with 5 innings of scoreless relief and singles home the winning run with 2 out in the last of the 9th.  Wichita manager Ben Geraghty is ejected in the top of the 8th, and Mauch is ejected in the last of the 8th.
Su 9/14 Wichita, rain
M 9/15 Wichita W 3-2 2-4 WP-Stone.  6-hitter by Stone, who strikes out 11 and singles home Jerry Zimmerman from second with the winning run in the 7th.  Joe Morgan leads off the 8th with a triple for Wichita, but Stone strikes out the next three batters.  Wichita gets runners to first and second with 1 out in the 9th, but Stone strikes out the final two batters.
Th 9/18 Denver W 10-1 1-0 WP-Schroll.
F 9/19 Denver W 4-1 2-0 WP-B. Smith.  Millers beat Gabler.  Schult's 2-run single in the 8th breaks 1-1 tie.
Sa 9/20 at Denver W 14-13 (11) 3-0 WP-Hurd.  Millers get 21 hits.  Down 12-3 after 4, Minneapolis scores 5 in the 6th, 1 each in the 7th and 8th, 2 in the 9th to tie, and 2 in the 11th to win as Hurd holds the Bears to 1 run over the last 4 innings.  In the 9th Green doubled (4th hit of the game) and Schult homered.  Locklin starts 11th-inning rally with his 4th hit in the game, and Robbins and Umphlett deliver two-out, run-scoring singles.
Su 9/21 at Denver W 6-4 4-0 WP-Dorish.  Schult hits a 2-run homer in a 3-run first. With the score 4-4 in the 9th, Schult doubles and, one out later, scores on a single by Umphlett, who takes second on the throw home and then scores on Mauch's single.
Junior World Series
F 9/26 at Montreal Royals W 6-2 1-0 WP-Schroll.  Schroll and Hurd combine on a 7-hitter to beat Tom Lasorda, who won 18 games during the regular season and was the International League Most Valuable Player.  Mauch gets 3 hits, including 2 doubles.  (Besides Lasorda, the Royals had another future Hall of Fame manager, Sparky Anderson, in the game.)
Sa 9/27 at Montreal W 7-2 2-0 WP-Stone.  Locklin leads off the game, on the second pitch, with a home run.  Stone breaks 1-1 tie in the 3rd with a home run over the 293-foot right-field fence.  The game was played under International League rules that prohibit any ball-strike arguments, and Mauch protested the game in the 4th when Montreal manager Clay Bryant came out of the third-base coaching box to argue with umpire George Carney over a called-third strike call on Solly Drake.
Su 9/28 at Montreal W 3-2 3-0 WP-B. Smith.
M 9/29 Montreal W 7-1 4-0 WP-Borland.  5-hitter by Borland, who retires 20 straight batters between the 2nd and 9th innings before 7,702 fans at Met Stadium.  With the Millers down 1-0 in the third, Clinton triples with the bases loaded and then scores on a long home run by Schult off newlywed Bob Giallombardo, who was married two nights before in Brooklyn.  Borland triples in the 7th and then scores on an error by Sparky Anderson.  Clinton follows with a homer.
W L Manager
Charleston 89 62 Bill Norman-Bill Adair
Wichita 83 71 Ben Geraghty
Minneapolis 82 71 Gene Mauch
Denver 78 71 Andy Cohen
Omaha 80 74 John Keane
Indianapolis 72 82 Walker Cooper
St. Paul 70 84 Max Macon
Louisville 56 95 Del Wilber
Statistics
Player Games Batting Average Home Runs Runs Batted In Position
Faye Throneberry 29 .318 6 23 of
Art Schult 151 .287 20 89 of
Paul Smith 79 .275 5 43 1b
Ed Sadowski 123 .262 15 44 c
Tom Umphlett 144 .257 9 62 of
Spencer “Red” Robbins 136 .255 8 68 1b-3b
Elijah “Pumpsie” Green 145 .253 6 43 2b-ss
Lu Clinton 118 .251 6 37 of
Jerry Zimmerman 57 .250 2 16 c
Stu “Lefty” Locklin 37 .246 1 7 of
Gene Mauch 65 .243 3 29 2b-3b
Jack Lundquist* 46 .236 1 9 of
Harry Malmberg 140 .235 4 45 2b-3b
Jose Valdivielso 52 .222 1 9 ss
Frank Kellert 63 .191 4 28 1b
Joe Tanner 12 .176 0 2
Dick McCarthy 13 .111 0 2
Pitcher G IP W L ERA
Tom Hurd 52 109 10 8 1.65
Tom Borland 38 143 9 7 2.20
Harry Dorish 48 93 3 3 2.23
Bob "Riverboat" Smith 13 73 6 4 2.47
Ted Bowsfield 19 117 8 4 2.62
Bill Monbouquette 22 134 8 9 3.16
Dean Stone 33 215 13 10 3.18
Al Schroll 29 158 8 8 3.70
Bert Thiel 32 134 6 6 3.76
Jack Spring 22 49 1 3 4.41
Duane Wilson 15 76 6 5 4.97
Glen “Stub” Stabelfeld 6 2 1
Bud Byerly 5 1 0
Arnold Earley 2 1 0
Bill Prout 1 0 0
Bill Abernathie 6 0 1
Bob Chakales 4 0 2
*Lundquist’s statistics include games played with St. Paul in 1958.