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Denny Moyer

  • Position:
    Pitcher
  • Height:
    5-10
  • Weight:
    170
  • Bats:
    R
  • Throws:
    R
  • Hometown:
    Sheboygan, WI
  • College:
    University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
  • Hall of Fame Induction Year:
    1993

Batting

SeasonTeamGPPAABRH2B3BHRRBIBBHBPSOSFSHSBCSAVGOBP
1963Sheboygan A’s229282181744211913400700.2070.293
1964Sheboygan A’s112826440012111410000.1540.207
1965Sheboygan A’s71717230002001000000.1760.176
1967Sheboygan A’s5101001000000400000.1000.100
1968Sheboygan A’s258680192433111122130000.3000.314
1969Sheboygan A’s2789751518211131122710200.2400.348
1970Sheboygan A’s9121002000110510000.2000.250
1971Sheboygan A’s19262344000220310000.1740.231
1972Sheboygan A’s78711000101200000.1430.250
1973Sheboygan A’s12110000001100000.0000.500
1974Sheboygan A’s7161513000200510000.2000.188
1975Sheboygan A’s000000000000000000
1976Sheboygan A’s52201000000000000.5000.500
1977Sheboygan A’s11100000000000000.0000.000
1978Sheboygan A’s4141112000020210000.1820.286
1979Sheboygan A’s42201000100000000.5000.500
Total-15440536266819854627812890900.2240.286

Pitching

SeasonTeamGPGSCGIPHHRRERBBSOWLSERAIP for Calculation
1963Sheboygan A’s000000000000000
1964Sheboygan A’s52013121726130011.3813
1965Sheboygan A’s51021.2240201317150105.4021.6667
1967Sheboygan A’s30047144020009.004
1968Sheboygan A’s10010000010000.001
1969Sheboygan A’s000000000000000
1970Sheboygan A’s61020.2181151310130115.6620.6667
1971Sheboygan A’s103027.1270241515191314.9427.3333
1972Sheboygan A’s51013.22122016161201010.5413.6667
1973Sheboygan A’s000000000000000
1974Sheboygan A’s52018222171515113107.5018
1975Sheboygan A’s100120212100000
1976Sheboygan A’s4101218111104131017.5012
1977Sheboygan A’s000000000000000
1978Sheboygan A’s210101311455150104.5010
1979Sheboygan A’s3009.2100754102004.669.6667
Total-50120152174914199941257845.90151.0001

Denny Moyer was a member of the first Sheboygan A’s team in 1963 and has been with the club ever since. In those early years, the club didn’t play anywhere near the number of games it does now and it played in a huge park so that the statistics of the earlier players lag far behind those of current players.

Nonetheless, Moyer led the team in home runs three times, in triples once and in games played once. His best year was the 1968 championship season when he led off and hit .300. His selection was made primarily on the basis of his off the field contribution. Moyer has served as the club’s general manager since 1967.