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1966 Pacific Coast League season

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The 1966 Pacific Coast League season was the 64th in the league's history, and ended with the Seattle Angels winning their first league championship. It was the first PCL title for Seattle since 1955.

This was the first PCL season for the Tacoma Cubs, Tulsa Oilers and Phoenix Giants.

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[edit] Final standings

Playoff teams in bold.

East Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Tulsa Oilers 85 62 .578 -- Charlie Metro St. Louis Cardinals
Phoenix Giants 81 67 .547 Bill Werle San Francisco Giants
Indianapolis Indians 80 68 .541 Les Moss Chicago White Sox
Denver Bears 79 68 .537 6 Cal Ermer Minnesota Twins
San Diego Padres 72 75 .490 13 Frank Lucchesi Philadelphia Phillies
Oklahoma City 89ers 59 89 .399 26½ Mel McGaha Houston Astros
West Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Seattle Angels 83 65 .561 -- Bob Lemon California Angels
Vancouver Mounties 77 71 .520 6 Mickey Vernon Kansas City Athletics
Spokane Indians 75 73 .507 8 Roy Hartsfield Los Angeles Dodgers
Portland Beavers 69 79 .466 14 Johnny Lipon Cleveland Indians
Hawaii Islanders 63 84 .429 19½ George Case Washington Senators
Tacoma Cubs 63 85 .426 20 Les Peden Chicago Cubs

[edit] Championship Finals

Seattle vs. Tulsa
Date Away Home
September 7 Seattle 3 Tulsa 1
September 8 Seattle 1 Tulsa 2
September 9 Seattle 1 Tulsa 3
September 10 Tulsa 0 Seattle 3
September 11 Tulsa 2 Seattle 5
September 12 Tulsa 2 Seattle 1
September 13 Tulsa 1 Seattle 3
Seattle wins series 4-3

[edit] League Leaders

[edit] Batting

[edit] Pitching

[edit] References

The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball. W. Lloyd Johnson and Miles Wolff, editors. Baseball America, 1993.

1967 Baseball Guide

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