1988 Pacific Coast League

The 1988 season was the Pacific Coast League's 86th, and 10 teams competed in the league that year. The Las Vegas Stars won the 1988 Pacific Coast League championship.

Level: AAA
Season Began: Friday, April 8, 1988
Season Ended: Monday, September 5, 1988

1988 Pacific Coast League Standings
1988 Pacific Coast League League Leaders

Albuquerque Dukes (86-56) - Roster | Statistics - Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate
Calgary Cannons (68-74) - Roster | Statistics - Seattle Mariners affiliate
Colorado Springs Sky Sox (62-77) - Roster | Statistics - Cleveland Indians affiliate
Edmonton Trappers (61-80) - Roster | Statistics - California Angels affiliate
Las Vegas Stars (74-66) - Roster | Statistics - San Diego Padres affiliate
Phoenix Firebirds (67-76) - Roster | Statistics - San Francisco Giants affiliate
Portland Beavers (76-66) - Roster | Statistics - Minnesota Twins affiliate
Tacoma Tigers (62-82) - Roster | Statistics - Oakland Athletics affiliate
Tucson Toros (68-75) - Roster | Statistics - Houston Astros affiliate
Vancouver Canadians (85-57) - Roster | Statistics - Chicago White Sox affiliate

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