- Location: Wausau, WI
- League: Midwest League 1979-1990
- Affiliation: Co-op 1979-1980; Seattle Mariners 1981-1989; Baltimore Orioles 1990
- Ballpark: Athletic Park (Wausau)
In 1979 the Wausau team in the Midwest League got better by leaving their affiliation with the New York Mets and going co-op. The '79 team got players from mainly the Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers, while the 1980 team had mainly Seattle Mariners farmhands with help from the Cleveland Indians & other teams. Mike Jirschele had his best season for the 1979 Timbers, while Jim Presley was a 1980 Timber.
Wausau made the playoffs the same number of times in 2 years as a co-op team (1), as they did in 14 years affiliated with the Mets, Mariners, and Orioles.
|1979||69-61||4th||Tom Robson||Lost in 1st round|
|1981||84-48||1st||Bill Plummer||League Champs|
|1983||55-83||11th||R.J. Harrison||John Poloni|
|1984||70-66||5th||Greg Mahlberg||John Poloni|
|1985||52-85||11th||Greg Mahlberg||John Poloni|
|1986||73-66||5th||Bobby Cuellar||Joe Georger|
|1988||52-88||11th||Rick Sweet||Chuck Kniffin|
|1989||66-68||8th||Tommy Jones||John Boyles|
|1990||49-87||14th||Mike Young||Chet Nichols|