Monday, September 10, 2007

Vancouver Loses One, Gets One, Switches Two

Rainiers May Option Tran
PALM SPRINGS Calif., Mar. 24—Redheaded second baseman Len Tran, who cut a fancy figure in the Western International league the past two seasons, may be optioned by the Seattle Rainiers to Oklahoma City of the Texas league.
General Manager Earl Sheely of the Rainiers said the deal depends upon Tran.
Sheely feels the young second sacker is ready to graduate from class B to class AA baseball after hitting .340 and .310 with the Vancouver Capilanos in 1949 and 1950.
Jim Humphries, part owner of the Oklahoma City club, put to a bid for Tran after watching him perform for the Rainiers in spring training.

Pitcher Farmed to Caps
PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Mar. 24—Lonnie Meyers, right-handed hurler who has been troubled by an infected tooth, has been farmed by the Seattle Rainiers to Vancouver of the Western International league. Meyers pitched for Everett junior college last spring.

Remo Cheso Goes To Vancouver
PALM SPRINGS, Calif., March 26—Seattle of the Pacific Coast Baseball league has optioned Reno Cheso to Vancouver of the Western International league and assigned Bill Heisner to Salt Lake City of the Pioneer league.
Cheso, an infielder turned catcher, formerly played for Salt Lake City.
The club sold Leon Mohr who has not been in camp, to Oklahoma City of the Texas league.
Mohr, who played part of 1950 with the Spokane Indians, had almost decided to drop out of baseball in favor of chiropractic practice, but indicated he would take another crack at baseball.

Tran to Oklahoma City
SEATTLE, March 29 — Infielder Len Tran, former Western International league baseball player, has left to report to Oklahoma City in the Texas league. Tran, who played with Vancouver, B. C., the past two seasons, had a tryout with the Seattle Ramiers of the Coast league this spring.

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