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1988 International League season

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The 1988 International League season was the 103rd in the league's history, and ended with the Rochester Red Wings winning their first Governors' Cup in 14 years.

This was the first year of the Triple-A Alliance, where the IL and American Association's teams played 40 interleague games per team. The league split into two divisions, and the division winners would play for the Governors' Cup.

The Red Wings would lose the first Triple-A Classic to the AA's Indianapolis Indians.

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[edit] Final standings

Playoff teams in bold.

East Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Tidewater Tides 77 64 .546 - Mike Cubbage New York Mets
Richmond Braves 66 75 .468 11 Jim Beauchamp Atlanta Braves
Pawtucket Red Sox 63 79 .444 14½ Ed Nottle Boston Red Sox
Maine Phillies 62 80 .437 15½ George Culver Philadelphia Phillies
West Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Rochester Red Wings 77 64 .546 - Johnny Oates Baltimore Orioles
Syracuse Chiefs 70 71 .496 7 Bob Bailor Toronto Blue Jays
Columbus Clippers 65 77 .458 12½ Bucky Dent New York Yankees
Toledo Mud Hens 58 84 .408 19½ Pat Corrales Detroit Tigers

[edit] Governors' Cup Finals

Rochester vs. Tidewater
Date Away Home
September 3 Rochester 0 Tidewater 3
September 4 Rochester 1 Tidewater 0
September 5 Tidewater 2 Rochester 4
September 6 Tidewater 3 Rochester 4
Rochester wins series 3-1 and
advances to Triple-A Classic

[edit] League Leaders

[edit] Batting

[edit] Pitching

[edit] All-Star Team

[edit] References

Brian Bennett, On A Silver Diamond: The Story Of Rochester Community Baseball from 1956-1996. Triphammer Publishing, 1997.

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

1989 Baseball Guide

[edit] External Links

1988 Rochester Red Wings review – On A Silver Diamond

1988 IL - The Baseball Cube

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