Pacific Coast League

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Pacific Coast League

sport baseball
abbreviation PCL
League foundation 1903
Teams 16
Country countries United StatesUnited States United States
Title holder Sacramento River Cats (2019)
Record champions San Francisco Seals (14)
Website Official website

The Pacific Coast League (PCL) is an American baseball league.

The PCL is considered the 2nd division (triple-A level) in baseball. Above it is Major League Baseball . The PCL was founded in 1903. The teams are based in the west to south-east of the United States . The official name is Pacific Coast League of Professional Baseball Clubs, Inc. The headquarters of the PCL is in Austin, Texas .

Current PCL teams

American Conference
division Team name MLB farm team from city Stadion Capacity
Northern Iowa Cubs Chicago Cubs Des Moines, Iowa Principal Park 11,500
Memphis Redbirds St. Louis Cardinals Memphis, Tennessee AutoZone Park 10,000
Nashville Sounds Texas Rangers Nashville, Tennessee First Tennessee Park 10,000
Omaha Storm Chasers Kansas City Royals Papillion, Nebraska Werner Park 9,023
Southern Oklahoma City Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark 9,000
Round Rock Express Houston Astros Round Rock, Texas Dell Diamond 11.631
San Antonio Missions Milwaukee Brewers San Antonio, Texas Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium 9,200
Wichita Wind Surge Miami Marlins Wichita, Kansas Riverfront Stadium 10,000
Pacific Conference
division Team name MLB farm team from city Stadion Capacity
Northern Fresno grizzlies Washington Nationals Fresno, California Chukchansi Park 12,500
Reno Aces Arizona Diamondbacks Reno, Nevada Greater Nevada Field 9,013
Sacramento River Cats San Francisco Giants West Sacramento, California Raley Field 14.014
Tacoma Rainiers Seattle Mariners Tacoma, Washington Cheney Stadium 6,500
Southern Albuquerque Isotopes Colorado Rockies Albuquerque, New Mexico Isotopes Park 13,500
El Paso Chihuahuas San Diego Padres El Paso, Texas Southwest University Park 9,500
Las Vegas Aviators Oakland Athletics Summerlin, Nevada Las Vegas Ballpark 10,000
Salt Lake Bees Los Angeles Angels Salt Lake City, Utah Smith's Ballpark 15,411