Pacific Coast League

The visiting Oakland Oaks prepare to travel to the ballpark on Opening Day 1903 to face the Sacramento Senators.
PCL All-Stars at the 2015 Triple-A All-Star Game
Lefty O'Doul won the first Pacific Coast League MVP Award in 1927.

Minor League Baseball league that operates in the Western United States.

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Sacramento Solons

The Sacramento Solons were a minor league baseball team based in Sacramento, California.

They played in the Pacific Coast League during several periods (1903, 1905, 1909–1914, 1918–1960, 1974–1976).

Seattle Rainiers

Baseball team, Northwest League, 1902 (SEATTLE 1592)

The Seattle Rainiers, originally named the Seattle Indians and also known as the Seattle Angels, were a Minor League Baseball team in Seattle, Washington, that played in the Pacific Coast League from 1903 to 1906 and 1919 to 1968.

Salt Lake Bees

An entrance gate to Smith's Ballpark (former stadium name Spring Mobile Ballpark pictured), home of the Bees

The Salt Lake Bees are a Minor League Baseball team of the Pacific Coast League (PCL) and the Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels.

International League

Minor League Baseball league that operates in the United States.

International League baseball executives in 1915
IL All-Stars at the 2015 Triple-A All-Star Game
Baseball Hall of Famer Red Schoendienst won the IL Most Valuable Player Award in 1943.

Along with the Pacific Coast League, it is one of two leagues playing at the Triple-A level, which is one grade below Major League Baseball (MLB).

Albuquerque Dukes

The Albuquerque Dukes were a minor league baseball team based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

In 1972, the Dukes name was revived and the team moved up to the Triple-A Pacific Coast League.

Joe DiMaggio

American baseball center fielder who played his entire 13-year career in Major League Baseball for the New York Yankees.

DiMaggio with the New York Yankees in 1951
A baseball card of DiMaggio with the San Francisco Seals, c. 1933–36
Seven of the American League's 1937 All-Star players: Lou Gehrig, Joe Cronin, Bill Dickey, Joe DiMaggio, Charlie Gehringer, Jimmie Foxx, and Hank Greenberg. All seven were inducted into the Hall of Fame.
1941 Advertisement featuring DiMaggio
DiMaggio in 1951, his last year in baseball
DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle at Yankee Stadium in 1970, two years after Mantle's retirement
DiMaggio kisses his bat in 1941, the year he hit safely in 56 consecutive games. His wife Dorothy Arnold was pregnant with their son Joe Jr. while the streak was in progress.
Monroe and DiMaggio when they were married in January 1954
The iconic image of Marilyn Monroe in a white dress from The Seven Year Itch (1955). Here Monroe poses for photographers in September 1954 during filming, which angered DiMaggio.
DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe staying at Imperial Hotel in Tokyo on their honeymoon
DiMaggio's grave at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma, California
DiMaggio's plaque at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
President Ronald Reagan and DiMaggio at the White House, March 27, 1981, three days before the attempted assassination of Reagan
DiMaggio with President George H. W. Bush in 1991
DiMaggio in 1950

At the end of the 1932 season, older brother Vince, playing for the San Francisco Seals of the Pacific Coast League (PCL), talked his manager into letting DiMaggio fill in at shortstop.

San Diego Padres (PCL)

The San Diego Padres were a minor league baseball team which played in the Pacific Coast League from 1936 through 1968.

Hollywood Stars

Hollywood Stars memorabilia
Cover of Double Play! (1957)

The Hollywood Stars were a Minor League Baseball team that played in the Pacific Coast League during the early- and mid-20th century.

American Association (1902–1997)

Minor League Baseball league that operated primarily in the Midwestern and South Central United States from 1902 to 1962 and 1969 to 1997.

The Indianapolis Indians won the first American Association championship (1902).
Carl Yastrzemski, who was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1989, won the AA Rookie of the Year Award in 1960.

On rare occasions, the champion of the West Coast-based Pacific Coast League also participated.

List of Pacific Coast League champions

The 1911 PCL champion Portland Beavers
The 1909 PCL champion San Francisco Seals
The 1917 PCL champion San Francisco Seals
The 2012 PCL Champion Reno Aces

The Pacific Coast League (PCL) is a Minor League Baseball league that operates in the United States at the Triple-A level, which is one grade below Major League Baseball.