From SABR Encyclopedia
| Elvin Clark Adams
|| 6' 0"
|| 1915-6-24 at Trinidad, CO (US)
|| 1990-9-1 at Rancho Mirage, CA (US)
|| Eternal Hills Memorial Park in Oceanside, CA (US)
was a professional player.
- Resided in San Diego, California in 1952.
- Struck out three times in his first game.
- Being in a world series game he says was his biggest thrill.
- Attended high school in Bisbee, Arizona.
- Played basketball and football in high school.
- Led the 1935 Western Association in home runs with 19.
- Led the 1937 Pacific Coast League in doubles with 49.
- Tied for the lead in doubles with 43 in the 1942 Pacific Coast League.
- 1952 Pacific Coast League Thumbnail Sketches.