- Location: Bend, OR
- League: Northwest League 1981-1986
- Affiliation: Philadelphia Phillies 1981-1986
- Ballpark: Vince Genna Stadium
In 1981 the Northwest League team from Bend, OR changed its name from the Central Oregon Phillies to the Bend Phillies. They went 30-39 their first season after changing their names, with the big name being Rick Schu. They did a bit worse a year later, slipping to 30-40, but the team did feature Chris James (second in the NWL with 12 homers) and Mike Maddux (3-6, 3.99). The club improved a bit, to 32-37, in 1983, but boasted no future big-league regulars.
1984 saw a winning season in Bend as the Phillies went 38-36. Marvin Freeman (8-5, 2.61) led the club in victories. Bend kept improving the next year, going 39-35 and finishing a game behind the Eugene Emeralds in the Oregon Division.
A horrible season was to follow as Bend went just 21-53, its .284 winning percentage clearly worst in the league. They were outscored 520-385. The Philadelphia Phillies decided not to remain affiliated with the city. The next year Bend featured an independent team known as the Bend Bucks.
|1982||30-40||5th||Rollie de Armas|
|1985||39-35||3rd (t)||P.J. Carey|