2017 Pacific Coast League season

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The 2017 Pacific Coast League season was the 115th season in the league's history. It was dominated by the Memphis Redbirds, who won 6 of their first 7 and were ten games over .500 about a month into the season. They finished 91-50, won both playoff rounds (by close 3-2 margins, though) and then won the Triple-A National Championship. Christian Walker of Reno was named MVP after leading in runs and RBI.

Final standings[edit]

Playoff teams in bold.

American Conference[edit]

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 80 57 .584 -- Rick Sweet Milwaukee Brewers
Oklahoma City Dodgers 72 69 .511 10 Bill Haselman Los Angeles Dodgers
Omaha Storm Chasers 69 72 .489 13 Brian Poldberg Kansas City Royals
Iowa Cubs 67 72 .482 14 Marty Pevey Chicago Cubs
W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Memphis Redbirds 91 50 .645 -- Stubby Clapp St. Louis Cardinals
Nashville Sounds 68 71 .489 22 Ryan Christenson Oakland Athletics
Round Rock Express 66 72 .478 23½ Jason Wood Texas Rangers
New Orleans Baby Cakes 55 83 .399 34½ Arnie Beyeler Miami Marlins

Pacific Conference[edit]

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Reno Aces 80 62 .563 -- Jerry Narron Arizona Diamondbacks
Fresno Grizzlies 77 65 .542 3 Tony DeFrancesco/Dan Radison Houston Astros
Tacoma Rainiers 66 76 .465 14 Pat Listach Seattle Mariners
Sacramento River Cats 64 77 .454 15½ Dave Brundage San Francisco Giants
W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
El Paso Chihuahuas 73 69 .514 -- Rod Barajas San Diego Padres
Salt Lake Bees 72 70 .507 1 Keith Johnson Los Angeles Angels
Albuquerque Isotopes 68 73 .482 Glenallen Hill Colorado Rockies
Las Vegas 51s 56 84 .394 17 Pedro López New York Mets

Playoffs[edit]

  Conference Championships Championship Finals
                 
AN  Oklahoma City Dodgers 3  
AS  Nashville Sounds 2  
    PS  El Paso Chihuahuas 3
  AN  Oklahoma City Dodgers 1
PS  El Paso Chihuahuas 3
PN  Tacoma Rainiers 1  

Conference Championships[edit]

Memphis vs. Colorado Springs
Date Away Home
September 6 Colorado Springs 1 Memphis 4
September 7 Colorado Springs 5 Memphis 0
September 8 Memphis 15 Colorado Springs 16
September 9 Memphis 11 Colorado Springs 8
September 10 Memphis 13 Colorado Springs 10
Memphis wins series 3-2
Reno vs. El Paso
Date Away Home
September 6 El Paso 3 Reno 1
September 7 El Paso 7 Reno 2
September 8 Reno 6 El Paso 7
El Paso wins series 3-0

Championship Finals[edit]

El Paso vs. Memphis
Date Away Home
September 13 El Paso 4 Memphis 6
September 14 El Paso 0 Memphis 2
September 15 Memphis 0 El Paso 3
September 16 Memphis 1 El Paso 5
September 17 Memphis 3 El Paso 1
Memphis wins series 3-2 and
advances to Triple-A National Championship

League Leaders[edit]

Batting[edit]

Pitching[edit]

All-Star Team[edit]

Source[edit]

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