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1971 St. James "Bulldogs" Team

June 13, 1971

Photo courtesy of Joe Smagala

 

Notes: Here's the full team photo of the 1971 St. James baseball team, taken at Veterans Stadium on Sunday, June 13, 1971, prior to the Catholic League championship game vs. Father Judge High School.

1971 St. James High School "Bulldogs" (22-3-1)
Philadelphia Catholic League Southern Division Champions
Philadelphia Catholic League Champions
Philadelphia Interleague (City) Champions

sitting, left to right: Earl Emerson, Dave Miller, Ray Castaldi, Rick Leary, Kevin Mooney (batboy), Joe Ryan, Don Regenbogen, Bill Warrington, Dave Lansberry, John May

kneeling, left to right: Joe Smagala (manager), Dave Kasarsky, Bill Kirkpatrick, Gerry Malloy, Larry Huppman, Frank Perko, Len Borcky, Barry Harner, Tony Kozak

standing, left to right: Dave Long (manager), Wood Heneks (manager), Mark Donlevie, Larry File, Dave Cimina, Brian Sullivan, Fran McKinney, Ron Schott, John Podgajny, Joe Gallagher, John Mooney (coach), Art Grenier (manager)

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