1984 California League


The 1984 season was the California League's 41st, and 10 teams competed in the league that year. The Modesto A's won the 1984 California League championship.

Level: A
Season Began: Tuesday, April 10, 1984
Season Ended: Sunday, September 2, 1984

1984 California League Standings
1984 California League League Leaders

Bakersfield Dodgers (68-72) - Roster | Statistics - Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate
Fresno Giants (82-58) - Roster | Statistics - San Francisco Giants affiliate
Lodi Crushers (58-82) - Roster | Statistics - Chicago Cubs affiliate
Modesto A's (83-56) - Roster | Statistics - Oakland Athletics affiliate
Redwood Pioneers (91-48) - Roster | Statistics - California Angels affiliate
Reno Padres (65-74) - Roster | Statistics - San Diego Padres affiliate
Salinas Spurs (66-74) - Roster | Statistics - Seattle Mariners affiliate
San Jose Bees (55-85) - Roster | Statistics
Stockton Mudville Nine (64-75) - Roster | Statistics - Milwaukee Brewers affiliate
Visalia Oaks (66-74) - Roster | Statistics - Minnesota Twins affiliate


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