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The 1991 Pacific Coast League season was the 88th in the league's history, and ended with the Tucson Toros winning their first league championship in franchise history.

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[edit] Final first-half standings

Playoff teams in bold.

North Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Portland Beavers 36 32 .529 -- Russ Nixon Minnesota Twins
Edmonton Trappers 33 34 .485 Max Oliveras California Angels
Tacoma Tigers 33 37 .471 4 Jeff Newman Oakland Athletics
Calgary Cannons 27 40 .403 Keith Bodie Seattle Mariners
Vancouver Canadians 27 42 .391 Marv Foley/Moe Drabowsky/Doug Mansolino Chicago White Sox
South Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Tucson Toros 45 25 .643 -- Bob Skinner Houston Astros
Phoenix Firebirds 40 30 .571 5 Duane Espy San Francisco Giants
Albuquerque Dukes 38 30 .559 6 Kevin Kennedy Los Angeles Dodgers
Las Vegas Stars 36 34 .514 8 Jim Riggleman San Diego Padres
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 30 41 .423 15½ Charlie Manuel Cleveland Indians

[edit] Final second-half standings

Playoff teams in bold.

North Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Calgary Cannons 45 24 .652 -- Keith Bodie Seattle Mariners
Edmonton Trappers 37 32 .529 8 Max Oliveras California Angels
Portland Beavers 34 36 .486 11½ Russ Nixon Minnesota Twins
Tacoma Tigers 30 36 .455 13½ Jeff Newman Oakland Athletics
Vancouver Canadians 22 44 .333 21½ Doug Mansolino/Rick Renick Chicago White Sox
South Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 42 26 .618 -- Charlie Manuel Cleveland Indians
Albuquerque Dukes 42 28 .600 1 Kevin Kennedy Los Angeles Dodgers
Tucson Toros 34 36 .486 9 Bob Skinner Houston Astros
Las Vegas Stars 29 41 .414 14 Jim Riggleman San Diego Padres
Phoenix Firebirds 28 40 .412 14 Duane Espy San Francisco Giants

[edit] Overall standings

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Albuquerque Dukes 80 58 .580 -- Kevin Kennedy Los Angeles Dodgers
Tucson Toros 79 61 .564 2 Bob Skinner Houston Astros
Calgary Cannons 72 64 .529 7 Keith Bodie Seattle Mariners
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 72 67 .518 Charlie Manuel Cleveland Indians
Edmonton Trappers 70 66 .515 9 Max Oliveras California Angels
Portland Beavers 70 68 .507 10 Russ Nixon Minnesota Twins
Phoenix Firebirds 68 70 .493 12 Duane Espy San Francisco Giants
Las Vegas Stars 65 75 .464 16 Jim Riggleman San Diego Padres
Tacoma Tigers 63 73 .463 16 Jeff Newman Oakland Athletics
Vancouver Canadians 49 86 .363 29½ Marv Foley/Moe Drabowsky/Doug Mansolino /Rick Renick Chicago White Sox

[edit] Playoffs

  First Round Championship Finals
                 
N1  Portland Beavers 0  
N2  Calgary Cannons 3  
    N2  Calgary Cannons 2
  S1  Tucson Toros 3
S1  Tucson Toros 3
S2  Colorado Springs Sky Sox 1  

[edit] First Round

Portland vs. Calgary
Date Away Home
September 4 Portland 2 Calgary 8
September 5 Portland 2 Calgary 4
September 6 Calgary 4 Portland 1
Calgary wins series 3-0
Tucson vs. Colorado Springs
Date Away Home
September 4 Tucson 4 Colorado Springs 1
September 5 Tucson 2 Colorado Springs 7
September 6 Colorado Springs 2 Tucson 9
September 7 Colorado Springs 3 Tucson 5
Tucson wins series 3-1

[edit] Championship Finals

Tucson vs. Calgary
Date Away Home
September 9 Tucson 4 Calgary 14
September 10 Tucson 1 Calgary 4
September 11 Calgary 1 Tucson 7
September 12 Calgary 1 Tucson 2
September 13 Calgary 3 Tucson 4
Tucson wins series 3-2

[edit] League Leaders

[edit] Batting

[edit] Pitching

[edit] All-Star Team

[edit] References

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

1992 Baseball Almanac

[edit] External Links

1991 PCL - The Baseball Cube

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