2013 Pacific Coast League season

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The 2013 Pacific Coast League season was the 111th season in the league's history. The Omaha Storm Chasers won the title then won the Triple-A Baseball National Championship as well despite a sub-.500 regular season and being outscored in the finals.

Final standings[edit]

Playoff teams in bold.

American Conference[edit]

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Omaha Storm Chasers 70 74 .486 Mike Jirschele Kansas City Royals
Memphis Redbirds 69 75 .479 1 Ron Warner St. Louis Cardinals
Iowa Cubs 66 78 .458 4 Marty Pevey Chicago Cubs
Nashville Sounds 57 87 .396 13 Mike Guerrero Milwaukee Brewers
W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Oklahoma City RedHawks 82 62 .569 Tony DeFrancesco Houston Astros
Albuquerque Isotopes 76 68 .528 6 Lorenzo Bundy Los Angeles Dodgers
Round Rock Express 73 71 .507 9 Bob Jones Texas Rangers
New Orleans Zephyrs 72 72 .500 10 Ron Hassey Miami Marlins

Pacific Conference[edit]

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Salt Lake Bees 78 66 .542 Keith Johnson Los Angeles Angels
Tacoma Rainiers 76 68 .556 2 Daren Brown Seattle Mariners
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 67 76 .469 10½ Glenallen Hill Colorado Rockies
Reno Aces 60 84 .417 18 Brett Butler Arizona Diamondbacks
W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Las Vegas 51s 81 63 .563 - Wally Backman New York Mets
Sacramento River Cats 79 65 .549 2 Steve Scarsone Oakland Athletics
Tucson Padres 77 67 .535 4 Pat Murphy San Diego Padres
Fresno Grizzlies 68 75 .476 12½ Bob Mariano San Francisco Giants

Playoffs[edit]

  Conference Championships Championship Finals
                 
AN  Omaha Storm Chasers 3  
AS  Oklahoma City RedHawks 0  
    AN  Omaha Storm Chasers 3
  NN  Salt Lake Bees 1
NN  Salt Lake Bees 3
NS  Las Vegas 51s 1  

Conference Championships[edit]

Omaha vs. Oklahoma City
Date Away Home
September 4 Omaha 3 Oklahoma City 1
September 5 Omaha 7 Oklahoma City 4
September 6 Oklahoma City 6 Omaha 7
Omaha wins series 3-0
Salt Lake vs. Las Vegas
Date Away Home
September 4 Las Vegas 3 Salt Lake 4
September 5 Las Vegas 4 Salt Lake 5
September 6 Salt Lake 2 Las Vegas 3
September 7 Salt Lake 4 Las Vegas 3
Salt Lake wins series 3-1

Championship Finals[edit]

Salt Lake vs. Omaha
Date Away Home
September 10 Salt Lake 2 Omaha 3
September 11 Salt Lake 1 Omaha 2
September 13 Omaha 0 Salt Lake 9
September 14 Omaha 10 Salt Lake 5
Omaha wins series 3-1 and
advances to Triple-A National Championship

League Leaders[edit]

Batting[edit]

Pitching[edit]

All-Star Team[edit]

References[edit]

  • Josh Leventhal, ed.: Baseball America's 2014 Almanac, Simon & Schuster, New York, NY, 2013.

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