2012 Pacific Coast League season

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The 2012 Pacific Coast League season was the 110th season in the league's history. The Reno Aces won the pennant and then took the Triple-A Baseball National Championship.

Final standings[edit]

Playoff teams in bold.

American Conference[edit]

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Omaha Storm Chasers 83 61 .576 Mike Jirschele Kansas City Royals
Nashville Sounds 67 77 .485 16 Mike Guerrero Milwaukee Brewers
Memphis Redbirds 57 87 .396 26 Ron Warner St. Louis Cardinals
Iowa Cubs 53 87 .379 28 Dave Bialas Chicago Cubs
W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Albuquerque Isotopes 80 64 .556 - Lorenzo Bundy Los Angeles Dodgers
Oklahoma City RedHawks 78 65 .545 Tony DeFrancesco Houston Astros
New Orleans Zephyrs 73 67 .521 5 Ron Hassey Miami Marlins
Round Rock Express 69 75 .479 11 Bob Jones Texas Rangers

Pacific Conference[edit]

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Reno Aces 81 63 .563 - Brett Butler Arizona Diamondbacks
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 75 69 .521 6 Stu Cole Colorado Rockies
Salt Lake Bees 73 71 .507 8 Keith Johnson Los Angeles Angels
Tacoma Rainiers 63 81 .438 18 Daren Brown Seattle Mariners
W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Sacramento River Cats 86 58 .597 - Darren Bush Oakland Athletics
Las Vegas 51s 79 64 .552 Marty Brown Toronto Blue Jays
Fresno Grizzlies 74 70 .514 12 Bob Mariano San Francisco Giants
Tucson Padres 56 88 .389 30 Terry Kennedy San Diego Padres

Playoffs[edit]

  Conference Championships Championship Finals
                 
AS  Albuquerque Isotopes 2  
AN  Omaha Storm Chasers 3  
    AN  Omaha Storm Chasers 1
  AN  Reno Aces 3
NN  Reno Aces 3
NS  Sacramento River Cats 2  

Conference Championships[edit]

Albuquerque vs. Omaha
Date Away Home
September 5 Albuquerque 4 Omaha 8
September 6 Albuquerque 5 Omaha 3
September 7 Omaha 7 Albuquerque 4
September 8 Omaha 12 Albuquerque 12
September 9 Omaha 16 Albuquerque 7
Omaha wins series 3-2
Reno vs. Sacramento
Date Away Home
September 5 Reno 3 Sacramento 1
September 6 Reno 0 Sacramento 1
September 7 Sacramento 7 Reno 11
September 8 Sacramento 4 Reno 3
September 8 Sacramento 4 Reno 7
Reno wins series 3-2

Championship Finals[edit]

Omaha vs. Reno
Date Away Home
September 11 Omaha 1 Reno 13
September 12 Omaha 9 Reno 6
September 14 Reno 3 Omaha 0
September 15 Reno 8 Omaha 2
Reno wins series 3-1 and
advances to Triple-A National Championship

League Leaders[edit]

Batting[edit]

  • Batting Average Adam Eaton, Reno, .381
  • Runs Scored Eaton, 119
  • Hits Eaton, 186
  • Doubles Eaton, 46
  • Triples Brett Jackson, Iowa, 12
  • Home Runs Mike Hessman, Oklahoma City, 35
  • Runs Batted In Jerry Sands, Albuquerque, 107
  • Stolen Bases Eaton, 38

Pitching[edit]

All-Star Team[edit]

External Links[edit]