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Bristol Twins
(1940–1955)
Bristol, Virginia
Minor league affiliations
ClassClass-D
Previous leagues
Appalachian League
Major league affiliations
Previous teams
Minor league titles
League titles 2 (1942, 1950)
Team data
BallparkShaw Stadium

The Bristol Twins were a Minor League Baseball team located in Bristol, Virginia, that operated in the Class D Appalachian League between the 1940 and 1955 seasons.[1]

During their history, Twins were an affiliate team of the New York Giants (1942–1951), Pittsburgh Pirates (1952–1953) and New York Yankees (1954–1955). The team played their home games at Shaw Stadium.[2]

In its sixteen seasons of existence, the Bristol Twins advanced to the playoffs series at total of fourteen times, winning the championship in 1942 and 1950.

The Ballpark

The Twins played at Shaw Stadium, located at 1501 Euclid Street, on Gate City Highway. The ballpark had a capacity of 3,500. The site is now a factory.[3]

Notable Alumni

Seasons

Year Affiliate Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1940  n/a   54-60   4th Larry Merville
Tim Murchison
Lance Richbourg  
Lost in First Round
1941  n/a   72-45   2nd George Hackett
Lee Sherrill
Lost in First Round
1942  n/a   71-36   1st Hal Gruber Championship title
1943 NYG   74-35   1st Hal Gruber Lost Final Series
1944 NYG   54-53   2nd Hal Gruber Lost Final Series
1945 NYG   64-45   1st Hal Gruber Lost Final Series
1946 NYG   72-51   2nd Don Cross Lost in First Round
1947 NYG   64-62   4th Charlie Fox Lost in First Round
1948 NYG   49-72   6th Rufus Jackson
Dale Alexander
1949 NYG   76-41   3rd Ben Geraghty Lost Final Series
1950 NYG   74-47   2nd Ben Geraghty Championship title
1951 NYG   56-73   5th Russ Wein
1952 PIT   60-57   2nd George DeTore Lost in First Round
1953 PIT   54-72   4th George DeTore
1954 NYY   65-51   3rd Walter Lance Lost in First Round
1955 NYY   63-61   3rd Dave Madison Lost in First Round

Fact

See also

Sources

  1. ^ Johnson, Lloyd; Wolff, Miles (1993). Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball. Baseball America. p. 420. ISBN 0-9637189-1-6.
  2. ^ "Shaw Stadium in Bristol, Virginia". Digital-Ballparks.com. Retrieved October 1, 2015.
  3. ^ https://www.statscrew.com/venues/v-338
  4. ^ Jordan, Pat (1987-06-01). "In 1952, Ron Necciai, 19, struck out 27 batters in nine - 06.01.87 - SI Vault". Sportsillustrated.cnn.com. Retrieved 2010-09-05.
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