What Really Happened in
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1963 Roster
John Bateman  c
.210, 10, 59
Rusty Staub  1b
.224, 6, 45
Ernie Fazio  2b
.184, 5, 27
Bob Aspromonte  3b
.214, 8, 49
Bob Lillis  ss
.198, 1, 19
Al Spangler  lf
.281, 4, 27
Howie Goss  c
.209, 9, 44
Carl Warwick  rf
.254, 7, 47
Pete Runnels  12
.253, 3, 23
Johnny Temple  23
.264, 1, 17
Jimmy Wynn  os
.244, 4, 27
Jim Campbell  c
.222, 4, 19
J.C. Hartman  ss
.122, 0, 3
Johnny Weekly  of
.225, 3, 14
Hal Smith  c
.241, 0, 2
Brock Davis  of
.200, 1, 2
Carroll Hardy  of
.227, 0, 3
Glenn Vaughan  ss
.167, 0, 0
Joe Morgan  2b
.240, 0, 3
Dave Adlesh  c
.000, 0, 0
Mike White  2b
.286, 0, 0
Jerry Grote  c
.200, 0, 1
Ivan Murrell  of
.200, 0, 0
Aaron Pointer  of
.200, 0, 0
Sonny Jackson  ss
.000, 0, 0
John Paciorek  of
1.000, 0, 3
Ken Johnson  p
11-17, 2.65
Turk Farrell  p
14-13, 3.02
Don Nottebart  p
11-8, 3.17
Bob Bruce  p
5-9, 3.59
Hal Brown  p
5-11, 3.31
Hal Woodeshick  p
11-9, 1.97
Dick Drott  p
2-12, 4.98
Don McMahon  p
1-5, 4.05
Jim Umbricht  p
4-3, 2.61
Chris Zachary  p
2-2, 4.89
Russ Kemmerer  p
0-0, 5.65
Jim Dickson  p
0-1, 6.14
Conrad Cardinal  p
0-1, 6.07
George Brunet  p
0-3, 7.11
Jim Golden  p
0-1, 5.68
Larry Yellen  p
0-0, 3.60
Joe Hoerner  p
0-0, 0.00
Jay Dahl  p
0-1, 16.88
Danny Coombs  p
0-0, 27.00
Carl Warwick


-- Total Baseball, Dewey & Acocella
Paciorek's Great Game
In the final game of the season, Houston's John Paciorek goes 3-for-3 with two walks, three RBI, and four runs scored in his first ML game. After ... [this] debut, Paciorek never plays another ML game.
-- The Baseball Chronicle