The 1977 Pacific Coast League season was the 75th season in the league's history. It ended with the Phoenix Giants winning their first league championship since 1958. Additionally, the championship series was expanded again to a best-of-seven format.
This was the first season for the San Jose Missions.
Playoff teams in bold.
|Phoenix vs. Hawaii
|Phoenix wins series 4-2
- Batting Average Don Cardoza, Albuquerque, .356
- Runs Scored Danny Walton, Albuquerque, 117
- Hits Henry Cruz, Albuquerque, 184
- Doubles Tommie Reynolds, Spokane, 45
- Triples Chris Arnold, Phoenix, 15
- Home Runs Walton, 42
- Runs Batted In Walton, 122
- Stolen Bases Rafael Landestoy, Albuquerque, 56
- First Base Skip James, Phoenix
- Second Base Julio Cruz, Hawaii
- Shortstop Junior Kennedy, Phoenix
- Third Base Jim Gantner, Spokane
- Outfield Dick Davis, Spokane; Henry Cruz, Albuquerque; Joe Simpson, Albuquerque
- Catcher Rick Sweet, Hawaii
- Designated Hitter Danny Walton, Albuquerque
- Pitchers Mark Wiley, Hawaii; Bill Butler, Tacoma
- Manager Rocky Bridges, Phoenix