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St. Cloud Rox (minor league baseball)

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St. Cloud Rox
19461971
(26 Seasons)
St. Cloud, Minnesota
Minor league affiliations
Previous classesClass-A (1963-1964), Class C (1946-1962), Class A Short Season (1965-1971
Previous leagues
Northern League (1946-1971)
Major league affiliations
Previous teamsMinnesota Twins (1965-1971)
Minor league titles
League titles 7 1946, 1955, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1971
Team data
NameSt. Cloud Rox
BallparkRox Park 1948-1971

The St. Cloud Rox were a professional minor league baseball team that existed from 1946 to 1971 in St Cloud, Minnesota, playing in the Northern League for the duration of the franchise.

History

Located in St. Cloud, Minnesota, the team played its entire existence in the Northern League. The Rox were affiliates of the New York Giants from 1946 to 1957, the San Francisco Giants from 1958 to 1959, the Chicago Cubs from 1960 to 1964 and the Minnesota Twins from 1965 to 1971.[1]

The original Rox ceased playing after the 1971 season when the old Northern League folded. Hall of Fame players to play for the Rox include Lou Brock, Orlando Cepeda and Gaylord Perry. Hall of Famer Dave Bancroft managed the team in 1947.

The franchise nickname returned in new form in 2012 replacing the St. Cloud Riverbats in the Northwoods League, a wooden bat collegiate summer baseball league. In 1997, baseball had returned to St. Cloud when the Dubuque Mud Puppies of the Northwoods League relocated and became the " River Bats".[2][3][4]

Ballpark

The Rox played at Rox Park, also known as Municipal Stadium, located at Division Street and 25th Avenue. It opened in 1948 and was demolished in 1971. The park capacity fluctuated from 5,000 in 1947 to 3,600 in 1949.[5][6] The played their final season at the newly constructed Municipal Stadium (now Dick Putz Field).[7]

Notable alumni

Baseball Hall of Fame Alumni

Notable alumni

Year-by-year record

(from Baseball Reference Bullpen)

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1946 73-31 1st Walter Kopp League Champs
1947 48-71 7th Dave Bancroft
1948 78-40 2nd Charlie Fox Lost in 1st round
1949 65-59 3rd Charlie Fox Lost in 1st round
1950 72-51 1st Charlie Fox Lost in 1st round
1951 64-55 2nd Harold Kollar Lost in 1st round
1952 60-64 6th Charlie Fox
1953 66-59 3rd Charlie Fox Lost in 1st round
1954 76-54 2nd Charlie Fox Lost in 1st round
1955 78-47 2nd Charlie Fox League Champs
1956 61-64 6th Charlie Fox
1957 59-63 5th Pete Pavlick
1958 72-50 1st Richard Klaus Lost League Finals
1959 43-80 8th Richard Klaus
1960 49-74 8th Fred Martin
1961 73-54 3rd Joe Macko Lost League Finals
1962 61-63 5th George Freese
1963 51-69 6th Walt Dixon 4th 16-14*
1964 54-68 5th Walt Dixon 4th 15-18*
1965 73-23 1st Jim Rantz League Champs
1966 49-18 1st Ken Staples League Champs
1967 44-26 1st Ken Staples League Champs
1968 43-27 1st Carroll Hardy League Champs
1969 33-37 3rd Jim Merrick none
1970 31-39 5th Jim Merrick none
1971 42-28 1st Ken Staples League Champs

References

  1. ^ Baseball Reference Bullpen
  2. ^ http://www.pointstreaksites.com/view/northwoodsleague/about-nwl/history-11
  3. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/bullpen/St._Cloud_Rox
  4. ^ "The Rox Name Returns for New St. Cloud Franchise". News. St. Cloud Rox. 28 February 2012. Archived from the original on 2012-03-11. Retrieved 11 March 2012. This team name had been in use previously by a team who was part of the Northern League. They were in operation from the mid 1940s until 1971 and even featured Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Lou Brock. The Rox lead the North Division in attendance in 2012 with over 55,000 fans attending Rox games.
  5. ^ https://www.baseball-reference.com/bullpen/Rox_Park
  6. ^ Division Street and 25th Avenue.
  7. ^ https://www.sctimes.com/story/life/2015/06/04/shopping-mall-sits-old-home-rox/28464171/

External links


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