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The Calgary Cannons began play in the Pacific Coast League in 1985 when the Salt Lake City Gulls relocated to Calgary, Alberta. They spent their first ten seasons as a Seattle Mariners farm club, then were allied with the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1995 to 1997. They were then a Chicago White Sox affiliate in 1998, before spending the next four years with the Florida Marlins. Among those to appear for the club were Edgar Martinez, Jay Buhner and Alex Rodriguez. Following the 2002 season, they moved and became the Albuquerque Isotopes.


[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1985 71-70 4th Bobby Floyd Lost in 1st round
1986 66-77 8th Bill Plummer
1987 84-57 1st Bill Plummer Lost League Finals
1988 68-74 5th Bill Plummer / Marty Martinez
1989 70-72 7th Rich Morales
1990 66-77 7th Tommy Jones
1991 72-64 3rd Keith Bodie Lost League Finals
1992 60-78 9th Keith Bodie
1993 68-72 6th Keith Bodie
1994 71-72 6th Steve Smith
1995 58-83 10th Bobby Meacham
1996 74-68 4th Trent Jewett
1997 60-78 9th Trent Jewett
1998 81-62 2nd (t) Tom Spencer Lost League Finals
1999 57-82 15th Lynn Jones
2000 60-82 14th Lynn Jones
2001 72-71 7th Chris Chambliss
2002 67-71 12th Dean Treanor
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