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Oklahoma City 89ers

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After 36 seasons at All Sports Stadium, the Oklahoma City 89ers moved into SBC Bricktown Ballpark for the 1998 season and became known as the Oklahoma RedHawks.


Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Hitting Coach Pitching coach
1962 66-81 5th Connie Ryan
1963 84-74 2nd Grady Hatton League Champs
1964 88-70 6th Grady Hatton
1965 91-54 1st Grady Hatton League Champs
1966 59-89 12th Mel McGaha
1967 74-74 7th Mel McGaha
1968 61-84 11th Cot Deal
1969 62-78 4th (t) Cot Deal none
1970 68-71 6th Hub Kittle
1971 71-69 3rd (t) Jim Williams
1972 57-83 8th Tony Pacheco
1973 61-74 7th Frank Lucchesi
1974 62-73 6th Red Davis
1975 50-86 8th Red Davis
1976 72-63 3rd Jim Bunning
1977 70-66 4th (t) Cal Emery (42-39) / Bill Connors (0-1) / Mike Ryan (28-26)
1978 62-74 7th Mike Ryan
1979 72-63 3rd Lee Elia Lost League Finals Cot Deal
1980 70-65 3rd Jim Snyder Cot Deal
1981 69-67 4th Jim Snyder Cot Deal
1982 43-91 8th Ron Clark (20-46) / Cot Deal (0-1) / Tony Taylor (23-44) Cot Deal
1983 66-69 4th Tom Burgess Lost in 1st round
1984 70-84 7th Tom Burgess (68-81) / Rusty Gerhardt (2-3) Rusty Gerhardt
1985 79-63 1st Dave Oliver Lost League Finals Rusty Gerhardt
1986 63-79 8th Dave Oliver Rusty Gerhardt
1987 69-71 4th Toby Harrah Lost in 1st round
1988 67-74 7th Toby Harrah Fergie Jenkins
1989 59-86 8th Jim Skaalen Stan Hough Fergie Jenkins
1990 58-87 8th Steve Smith Stan Hough Dick Egan
1991 52-92 7th Tommy Thompson Stan Hough Jeff Andrews
1992 74-70 3rd Tommy Thompson League Champs Mike Berger Oscar Acosta
1993 54-90 8th Bobby Jones Mike Berger Rick Knapp
1994 61-83 7th Bobby Jones Mike Berger Rick Knapp
1995 54-89 8th Greg Biagini Tom Brown
1996 74-70 5th Greg Biagini League Champs Tom Brown
1997 61-82 6th Greg Biagini Tom Brown