Danville, Illinois


Team Names
Dans, 1951-54
Warriors, 1970-74
Dodgers, 1975-76
Suns, 1982

Affiliations
Independent, 1951
Boston Braves, 1952
Chicago White Sox, 1953
New York Giants, 1954
Cooperative, 1970
Milwaukee Brewers, 1971-74
Los Angeles Dodgers, 1975-1976
California Angels, 1982

Stadium
Danville Stadium

Danville joined the Mississippi-Ohio Valley league in 1951 and left after the 1954 season. Being replaced by Kokomo
They rejoined the league in 1970, assuming the lapsed Dubuque franchise. The team disbanded after the 1976 season and was not replaced.
In 1982 they were an expansion franchise. The next year they moved to Peoria, IL

Year Club W L PCT GB Manager Attendence
1982 California 57 80 .416 26.5 Gus Gil/ Aurelio Monteagudo 44,105 Stats Boxscores
1976 Los Angeles 56 73 .434 21.5 Dick McLaughlin 28,325 Stats
1975 Los Angeles 65 63 .508 14.5 Bart Shirley 54,057 Stats
1974 Milwaukee 61 57 .517 1.5 Matt Galante 58,475 Stats
1973 Milwaukee 66 57 .537 - Bernie Smith 83,135 Stats
1972 Milwaukee 73 52 .584 - Joe Nossek 95,023 Stats
1971 Milwaukee 65 56 .548 4.5 Sandy Johnson 85,765 Stats Boxscores
1970 Co-Op 64 59 .520 9 Frank Calo 67,091 Stats
1954 New York Giants 66 59 .528 7.5 Richard Klaus Stats
1953 Chicago (AL) 48 71 .403 20.5 Frederick Minnis Stats
1952 Boston Braves 87 40 .685 - Frederick Minnis Stats
1951 Independent 51 67 .432 32 Frank Piet/ Everett Hall 24,775 Stats

1970- Co-Op was a combination of at least 9 diffrent teams

Officers
Year President GM
1982 Lou Eliopulos Dan Overstreet

Coaching Staff
Year Manager Pitching Coach Hitting Coach
1982 Gus Gil/ Aurelio Monteagudo