The 1969 Pacific Coast League season was the 66th season in the league's history. It ended with the Tacoma Cubs winning the league championship, the first for a Tacoma team in eight years.
With the revival of the American Association and PCL cities Seattle and San Diego becoming home to MLB expansion teams, the league shrank from 12 to 6 teams. The Eugene Emeralds and the Tucson Toros were added to fill out the league's lineup. Also, the championship series was shortened to a best-of-five format.
This was the final season for the Vancouver Mounties.
Playoff teams in bold.
|Eugene vs. Tacoma
|Tacoma wins series 3-2
- Batting Average Angel Bravo, Tucson, .342
- Runs Scored Cleo James, Spokane, 93
- Hits Denny Doyle, Eugene, 182
- Doubles Jay Ward, Portland, 35
- Triples Bravo, 16
- Home Runs Russ Nagelson, Portland, 23
- Runs Batted In Johnny Werhas, Hawaii, 90
- Stolen Bases Larry Bowa, Eugene, 48
- Wins Five tied with 13
- Earned Run Average Jim Colborn, Tacoma, 2.28
- Complete Games Bob Garibaldi, Phoenix, 17
- Shutouts Gary Wagner, Eugene, 5
- Strikeouts Jeff James, Eugene, 155
- Saves Carroll Sembera, Vancouver, 15
- First Base Roe Skidmore, Tacoma
- Second Base Denny Doyle, Eugene
- Shortstop Larry Bowa, Eugene
- Third Base Johnny Werhas, Hawaii
- Outfield Angel Bravo, Tucson; Tom Silverio, Hawaii; John Matias, Tucson
- Catcher Jimmie Schaffer, Spokane
- Pitcher Dennis Bennett, Hawaii; Archie Reynolds, Tacoma
- Manager Whitey Lockman, Tacoma