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The first Sacramento Senators were in the California League in 1891, 1893, 1901, 1904, 1908, and 1909. The longest running Sacramento Senators joined the Pacific Coast League in 1918 and played through the 1935 season, after which they became the Sacramento Solons.


[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1890 79-61 2nd Eddie Stapleton
1891 75-73 3rd John McCloskey / Tom McGuirk none
1893 8-14 -- John Moore none Played second half only
1901 66-78 3rd Arthur Beebe none
1903 105-105 2nd Charley Graham none
1904 12-11 3rd Maloney
1908 55-20 3rd Bill Curtin none
1909 19-28 (53-91 overall) 4th Charlie Irwin / Frank Bacon none San Francisco moved to Sacramento July 19
1918 48-48 4th Bill Rodgers League suspended operations July 14
1919 85-83 4th Bill Rodgers none
1920 89-109 7th Bill Rodgers none
1921 105-80 2nd Bill Rodgers none
1922 76-124 8th Charlie Pick none
1923 112-87 2nd Charlie Pick none
1924 88-112 8th Charlie Pick / Buddy Ryan none
1925 82-119 7th Buddy Ryan none
1926 99-102 5th Buddy Ryan none
1927 100-95 4th Buddy Ryan none
1928 112-79 2nd Buddy Ryan Lost League Finals
1929 85-117 7th Buddy Ryan
1930 102-96 3rd Buddy Ryan
1931 86-101 5th Buddy Ryan
1932 101-88 3rd Buddy Ryan / Earl McNeely none
1933 96-85 4th Earl McNeely none
1934 79-109 7th Earl McNeely
1935 75-100 7th Earl McNeely / Kettle Wirts
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