Anderson Joes

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Anderson Joes
Anderson, South Carolina
  • Independent
Minor league affiliations
Previous leagues
South Coast League
Minor league titles
League titles (0) None
Team data
Colors Green, silver
Previous parks
Manager Kash Beauchamp
Desi Wilson (Games 1-53)

The Anderson Joes were a minor league baseball club at existed in 2007. The team was based in Anderson, South Carolina and was named after outfielder Shoeless Joe Jackson, who grew up in the local area. The team played as a member of the independent South Coast League.

The Joes began the season with Desi Wilson, a former first baseman with the San Francisco Giants, serving as the team's manager.[1] However, midway through the season, he left the position of manager and was activated as a player. He was then traded to the South Georgia Peanuts where he served as a player-coach for the remainder of the season. Wilson was replace at the position by veteran minor league manager Kash Beauchamp.[2]

The team finished their lone season at 5th place in the league standings, 12 games in front of the last place Charlotte County Redfish.[3]

2007 season[edit]

(from Baseball Reference Bullpen)

Half Record Finish GB League Standing
1st 13-32 .289 20.5 5th
2nd 24-20 .545 4 3rd
Total 37-52 .416 -- 5th