Key West Sun Caps
The Key West Sun Caps existed only in 1971 and played in the Florida State League. A co-op, they finished last at 45-93 and drew 44,499 fans, 6th in the 12-team loop. Bob Dustal began as the manager and was replaced by Terry Christman later on. They allowed 767 runs, 155 more than any other team, and scored 440, 57 less than anyone else that year. Obviously, they had no All-Stars around. The most memorable Sun Cap would be Nino Espinosa (6-12, 3.41). They became the Key West Conchs in 1972.
Source: 1972 Baseball Guide
|1971||45-93||12th||Bob Dustal / Terry Christman|