2005 Texas League

The 2005 season was the Texas League's 109th, and 8 teams competed in the league that year. The Midland RockHounds won the 2005 Texas League championship.

Level: AA
Season Began: Thursday, April 7, 2005
Season Ended: Sunday, September 4, 2005

2005 Texas League Standings
2005 Texas League League Leaders

Arkansas Travelers (71-69) - Roster | Statistics - Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim affiliate
Corpus Christi Hooks (64-76) - Roster | Statistics - Houston Astros affiliate
Frisco RoughRiders (58-82) - Roster | Statistics - Texas Rangers affiliate
Midland RockHounds (78-62) - Roster | Statistics - Oakland Athletics affiliate
San Antonio Missions (76-64) - Roster | Statistics - Seattle Mariners affiliate
Springfield Cardinals (70-70) - Roster | Statistics - St. Louis Cardinals affiliate
Tulsa Drillers (75-65) - Roster | Statistics - Colorado Rockies affiliate
Wichita Wranglers (68-72) - Roster | Statistics - Kansas City Royals affiliate

Marker indicates city location, not venue address.


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