Omaha started the 1994 season with 3 wins a loss and two rain days. The next seven games were an indication of things to come as they lost six of the seven outings. They never reached .500 ball for the season. The club averaged almost three transactions a week, either putting someone on the DL, moving someone up to KC or moving someone to/from Memphis.
Omaha was second in the league in batting with a .273 average. They were fifth in pitching and sixth in fielding. Thirty six players put on the Omaha uniform during the season with 18 pitchers and 18 fielders taking the field for at least one game.
First base for the Royals in 1994 was Glen Davis . He played the position for 70 games and another 58 games as the DH. He averaged .282 for the season.
Jose Mota played in 100 games for the Royals and averaged .257.
Curtis Wilkerson played second base for 23 games and was in 27 total games. He averaged .253.
At the hot corner was Joe Ronda . He averaged .275 for the Royals.
Shortstop for most of the 1994 season was Rico Rossy . He averaged .235.
Mike Tuckerplayed in 132 games and averaged .276.
Tom Goodwin averaged .309 in 113 games
Catcher for the Royals in 1994 was Russ McGinnis . He
averaged .282 for the Royals.
Dennis Moeller was 7-6 in 50 appearances.
Rod Nichols was 5-10 in 33 games.
Chris Haney was 8-7 in 18 appearances.
Mike Fyhrie was 6-5 in 18 games.
Jerry Kutzler was 5-7 and pitched for 102 innings.
Steve Shifflett was 3-5 in 45 appearances.
Doug Simmons was 5-8 in 17 games.
Jose DeJusus was 4-4 in 30 games.
Enrique Burgos was 1-4 in 57 appearances. This list is 10 of the 18 players who pitched for Omaha in 1994.
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