1955 Pacific Coast League season
The 1955 Pacific Coast League season was the 53rd season in the league's history. It ended with the Seattle Rainiers winning their first league championship since 1951.
Los Angeles and Hollywood finished tied for third place, so the clubs decided to hold a best-of-five playoff for third place and the unofficial city championship. All games were played at Wrigley Field because of its greater seating capacity.
After the season, the Oakland Oaks moved to Vancouver, BC.
Pennant winner in bold.
|Seattle Rainiers||95||77||.552||--||Fred Hutchinson||None|
|San Diego Padres||92||80||.535||3||Bob Elliott||None|
|Los Angeles Angels||91||81||.529||4||Jack Warner/Bill Sweeney/Bob Scheffing||Chicago Cubs|
|Hollywood Stars||91||81||.529||4||Bobby Bragan||Pittsburgh Pirates|
|Portland Beavers||86||86||.500||9||Clay Hopper||None|
|San Francisco Seals||80||92||.465||15||Tom Heath||None|
|Oakland Oaks||77||95||.448||18||Lefty O'Doul||None|
|Sacramento Solons||76||96||.442||19||Tony Freitas||None|
- W. Lloyd Johnson and Miles Wolff, eds.: The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, Baseball America, 1993.
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