Greenville, SC (1932)
Statistics compiled by Mike Nola for the Virtual Hall of Fame.

Batting Statistics
OpponentScore
Greenville - Opponent
DatePositionABRHPOAEAVG.
@ Columbia, SC97Thursday August 4, 1932CF3000000.000
Gaffney,SC30Friday August 5, 1932CF3110000.333
Forest City, NC65Wednesday August 10, 1932CF5120000.400
@ Spartanburg, SC - Drayton45Thursday August 11, 1932CF4020000.500
@ Newberry, SC98Friday August 12, 1932RF2010000.500
Spartanburg, SC - Drayton43Tuesday August 16, 1932RF5030000.600
(a) @ Union, SC03Wednesday August 17, 1932CF3000000.000
@ Gastonia, NC714Friday August 19, 1932CF------------0.000
@ Forest City, NC86Tuesday August 23, 1932CF------------0.000
(b) @ Forest City, NC31Wednesday August 24, 1932CF2020001.000
Season TotalsWon 7Lost 3272110000.407


(a) Joe went hitless this game and retired in the 6th inning due to sore muscles from doing hook slides in the previous game against Spartanburg.
(b) This is the first night game Joe Jackson ever played in and he didn't care for the lights, said he would rather play in the daytime. Joe only played 4 innings of this game. Game was won in the 12 inning by the Spinners.

1923 Waycross Coast Liners
PlayerPostion
Joe JacksonCF
Sammy FayonskyManager - RF
Alvin Gilreath1B
Fletcher HeathSS
Roy Hawkins3B
Roy CokerP
Snake WardP
Ray ParkinsU
Horace LongP - OF
Foggy WoodruffLF
Fox2B
Hardin2B
Emerson CashionC
Lefty BrownP
Joe Gibson2B
Tommy LynchP

NOTE: Joe was still living in Savannah, GA during this time and was visiting Greenville during the month of August. He signed on to play with the Greenville Spinners during his time there and this is the reason he only played in 8 games for Greenville in 1932.
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