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1957 Kansas City Athletics 1957 Kansas City Athletics
1956/1958
Record 59-94 .386
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Standings 7th in the AL (38.5 games back)
Pythagorean 61-92, 60-93, 60-93
Runs (S/A) 563 / 710
BallparkMunicipal Stadium
Park FactorsBatting: 102 / Pitching: 104
Attendance901,067 (6th) (11th)
Spring TrainingWest Palm Beach, Florida (Connie Mack Stadium)
ManagersLou Boudreau, Harry Craft
CoachesBob Swift, Harry Craft, Jim Gleeson, Spud Chandler
ExecutivePresident: Arnold Johnson
Minor Leagues(AAA) Buffalo Bisons, (AA) Little Rock Travelers, (AA) Columbia Gems, (B) Abilene Blue Sox, (C) Pocatello As, (C) Crowley Millers, (D) Seminole Oilers, (D) Grand Island As, (D) Mattoon Athletics
Radio (KMBC) Ed Edwards, Merle Harmon

The 1957 Kansas City Athletics went 59-94 and finished 7th in the American League. The Athletics drew 901,067 to Municipal Stadium. Joe DeMaestri made the All-Star team.

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