The 1968 Pacific Coast League season was the 66th season in the league's history. It ended with the Tulsa Oilers winning their first league championship.
This was the final PCL season for Seattle, San Diego, Tulsa, Denver, Indianapolis and Oklahoma City. Seattle and San Diego were joining Major League Baseball through the expansion of 1969, while the other teams joined the re-formed American Association.
Playoff teams in bold.
|Tulsa vs. Spokane
|Tulsa wins series 4-1
- Batting Average Jim Hicks, Tulsa, .366
- Runs Scored Hicks, 100
- Hits César Gutiérrez, Phoenix; Billy Cowan, San Diego, 158
- Doubles Coco Laboy, Tulsa, 44
- Triples Bobby Etheridge, Phoenix; Graig Nettles, Denver, 12
- Home Runs Clarence Jones, Tacoma, 24
- Runs Batted In Laboy, 100
- Stolen Bases Pat Kelly, Denver, 36
- Wins Jerry Crider, Denver; Rich Robertson, Phoenix; Chuck Taylor, Tulsa, 18
- Earned Run Average Pete Mikkelsen, Tulsa, 1.91
- Complete Games Leon Everitt, Spokane; Robertson, 18
- Shutouts Joe Moeller, Spokane, 6
- Strikeouts Rich Robertson, Phoenix, 216
- First Base Joe Hague, Tulsa
- Second Base Hal McRae, Indianapolis
- Shortstop Don Money, San Diego
- Third Base Graig Nettles, Denver
- Outfield Jim Hicks, Tulsa; Billy Cowan, San Diego; Lou Piniella, Portland
- Catcher Ray Fosse, Portland; Danny Breeden, Tulsa
- Pitcher Dick LeMay, Tulsa; Rich Robertson, Phoenix
- Manager Warren Spahn, Tulsa
The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball. W. Lloyd Johnson and Miles Wolff, editors. Baseball America, 1993.
1969 Baseball Guide