1999 Pacific Coast League season

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The 1999 Pacific Coast League season was the 97th season in the league's history. It ended with the Vancouver Canadians winning their first championship since 1989. The Canadians also won the Triple-A World Series.

After the season, the Canadians were sold and moved to Sacramento, CA.

Final standings[edit]

Playoff teams in bold.

American Conference[edit]

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Omaha Golden Spikes 81 60 .574 -- Ron Johnson Kansas City Royals
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 66 73 .475 14 Bill Hayes Colorado Rockies
Albuquerque Dukes 65 74 .468 15 Mike Scioscia Los Angeles Dodgers
Iowa Cubs 65 76 .461 16 Terry Kennedy Chicago Cubs
W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Oklahoma RedHawks 83 59 .585 -- Greg Biagini Texas Rangers
Nashville Sounds 80 60 .571 2 Trent Jewett Pittsburgh Pirates
Memphis Redbirds 74 64 .536 7 Gaylen Pitts St. Louis Cardinals
New Orleans Zephyrs 55 85 .393 27 Tony Pena Houston Astros

Pacific Conference[edit]

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Vancouver Canadians 84 58 .592 -- Mike Quade Oakland Athletics
Tacoma Rainiers 69 70 .496 13½ Dave Myers Seattle Mariners
Edmonton Trappers 65 74 .468 17½ Carney Lansford Anaheim Angels
Calgary Cannons 57 82 .410 25½ Lynn Jones Florida Marlins
W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Salt Lake Buzz 73 68 .518 -- Phil Roof Minnesota Twins
Fresno Grizzlies 73 69 .514 ½ Ron Roenicke San Francisco Giants
Las Vegas Stars 67 75 .472 Mike Ramsey San Diego Padres
Tucson Sidewinders 66 76 .465 Chris Speier Arizona Diamondbacks

Playoffs[edit]

  Conference Championships Championship Finals
                 
AN  Omaha Golden Spikes 1  
AS  Oklahoma RedHawks 3  
    AS  Oklahoma RedHawks 1
  NN  Vancouver Canadians 3
NN  Vancouver Canadians 3
NS  Salt Lake Buzz 2  

Conference Championships[edit]

Omaha vs. Oklahoma
Date Away Home
September 8 Omaha 2 Oklahoma 9
September 9 Omaha 14 Oklahoma 1
September 10 Oklahoma 4 Omaha 3
September 11 Oklahoma 6 Omaha 5
Oklahoma wins series 3-1
Salt Lake vs. Vancouver
Date Away Home
September 8 Salt Lake 0 Vancouver 1
11 innings
September 9 Salt Lake 2 Vancouver 6
September 10 Vancouver 1 Salt Lake 8
September 11 Vancouver 4 Salt Lake 6
September 12 Vancouver 9 Salt Lake 8
Vancouver wins series 3-2

Championship Finals[edit]

Vancouver vs. Oklahoma
Date Away Home
September 14 Vancouver 2 Oklahoma 0
September 15 Vancouver 0 Oklahoma 1
September 16 Oklahoma 4 Vancouver 5
September 17 Oklahoma 3 Vancouver 5
Vancouver wins series 3-1 and
advances to Triple-A World Series

League Leaders[edit]

Batting[edit]

Pitching[edit]

All-Star Team[edit]

References[edit]

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