Edmonton Trappers

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From 1981 through 2004 the Edmonton Trappers were members of the Pacific Coast League. They changed affiliations frequently in this time, but for a 10-year span (1983-1992) they were linked to the California Angels. They were the last AAA affiliate of the Montreal Expos, in 2003 and 2004. In 2005, the franchise moved to Texas and became the Round Rock Express.

In 1984 they became the first Canadian team to ever win the Pacific Coast League Championship.

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting coach Pitching coach
1981 62-74 7th Gordy Lund Mike Pazik
1982 70-74 7th Gordy Lund Nardi Contreras
1983 75-67 3rd Moose Stubing Lost in 1st round
1984 69-73 7th Moose Stubing League Champs Ed Ott Frank Reberger
1985 66-76 7th (t) Winston Llenas Frank Reberger
1986 68-73 6th (t) Winston Llenas Frank Reberger
1987 69-74 8th Tom Kotchman Michael Ramsey Frank Reberger
1988 61-80 9th Tom Kotchman Chuck Hernandez
1989 65-76 9th Tom Kotchman Chuck Hernandez
1990 78-63 2nd Max Oliveras Lost League Finals Chuck Hernandez
1991 70-66 5th Max Oliveras Lenn Sakata Gary Ruby
1992 74-69 4th Max Oliveras Lenn Sakata Gary Ruby
1993 72-69 4th Sal Rende Adrian Garrett Fernando Arroyo
1994 67-75 8th Sal Rende Adrian Garrett Rich Dubee
1995 68-76 6th (t) Gary Jones Pete Richert
1996 84-58 1st Gary Jones League Champs Pete Richert
1997 80-64 2nd Gary Jones League Champs Pete Richert
1998 76-67 8th Mike Quade Pete Richert
1999 65-74 11th (t) Carney Lansford Leon Durham
2000 63-78 12th Garry Templeton Leon Durham
2001 60-83 16th John Russell Phil Roof Rick Anderson
2002 81-59 2nd John Russell League Champs Phil Roof Bobby Cuellar
2003 73-69 4th Dave Huppert Lost in 1st round Jose Castro Tommy John
2004 69-74 10th Dave Huppert