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All-time Appleton baseball records

Jun. 18, 2013 10:01 AM
 
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All-time records of Appleton’s minor league baseball teams

Year League Class Affiliation W-L Manager Attendance Nickname

1891 Wisconsin State Independent 48-41 Charley Faatz NA Papermakers

1909 Wisconsin-Illinois Independent 66-58 Ed Lavey 26,001 Papermakers

*1910 Wisconsin-Illinois Independent 74-45 Ed Lavey NA Papermakers

1911 Wisconsin-Illinois Independent 63-58 George Hogreiver 22,659 Papermakers

1912 Wisconsin-Illinois Independent 67-60 George Hogreiver 22,951 Papermakers

1913 Wisconsin-Illinois Independent 43-82 William Cristall 20,854 Papermakers

1914 Wisconsin-Illinois Independent 66-54 Brauty Brautigan 15,043 Papermakers

1940 Wisconsin State D Cleveland Indians 42-67 Eddie Dancisak 29,677 Papermakers

1941 Wisconsin State D Cleveland Indians 65-44 Eddie Dancisak 43,651 Papermakers

1942 Wisconsin State D Cleveland Indians 9-54 Eddie Dancisak 29,766 Papermakers

1946 Wisconsin State D Cleveland Indians 47-60 Ray Cooper 65,535 Papermakers

1947 Wisconsin State D Philadelphia Phillies 61-61 Andy Latchic 91,401 Papermakers

1948 Wisconsin State D Philadelphia Phillies 48-77 Whitey Gluchoski 69,971 Papermakers

1949 Wisconsin State D Philadelphia Phillies 57-69 Fred Clemense 92,938 Papermakers

1950 Wisconsin State D St. Louis Browns 58-66 Joe Skurski 80,381 Papermakers

1951 Wisconsin State D St. Louis Browns 43-80 Joe Skurski/Paul Erickson 54,179 Papermakers

1952 Wisconsin State D Boston Braves 63-60 Travis Jackson 71,999 Papermakers

1953 Wisconsin State D Boston Braves 43-77 Travis Jackson 40,581 Papermakers

1958 Three-I B Washington Senators 56-73 Pete Suder 58,602 Foxes

1959 Three-I B Washington Senators 59-67 Jack McKeon 51,004 Foxes

*1960 Three-I B Baltimore Orioles 82-56 Earl Weaver 61,062 Foxes

1961 Three-I B Baltimore Orioles 67-62 Earl Weaver 47,552 Foxes

1962 Midwest D Baltimore Orioles 61-63 Cal Ripken 41,323 Foxes

1963 Midwest A Baltimore Orioles 55-65 Billy DeMars 43,412 Foxes

*1964 Midwest A Baltimore Orioles 81-43 Billy DeMars 45,557 Foxes

1965 Midwest A Baltimore Orioles 55-63 Billy DeMars 43,412 Foxes

*1966 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 77-47 Stan Wasiak 57,496 Foxes

*1967 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 71-46 Alex Cosmidis 48,186 Foxes

1968 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 57-61 Gary Johnson/Alex Cosmidis 45,436 Foxes

*1969 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 84-41 Tom Saffell 67,028 Foxes

1970 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 64-60 Ira Hutchinson 83,818 Foxes

1971 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 79-44 Joe Sparks 83,881 Foxes

1972 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 76-51 Bert Thiel 72,851 Foxes

1973 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 44-76 Deacon Jones/Bert Thiel 61,693 Foxes

1974 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 73-40 Gordie Lund 69,210 Foxes

1975 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 50-77 Gordie Lund 45,838 Foxes

1976 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 56-74 Jim Napier 55,398 Foxes

1977 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 54-84 Gordie Lund 65,584 Foxes

*1978 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 97-40 Gordie Lund 94,730 Foxes

1979 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 63-72 Jim Brazeale 72,011 Foxes

1980 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 76-63 Gordie Lund 70,404 Foxes

1981 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 54-80 Sam Ewing 62,685 Foxes

*1982 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 81-59 Adrian Garrett 72,588 Foxes

*1983 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 87-50 John Boles 69,513 Foxes

*1984 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 87-49 Sal Rende 54,281 Foxes

1985 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 85-54 Sal Rende 76,860

1986 Midwest A Chicago White Sox 56-83 Duke Sims/Rico Petrocelli 60,001 Foxes

1987 Midwest A Kansas City Royals 71-69 Ken Berry 81,208 Foxes

1988 Midwest A Kansas City Royals 58-82 Brian Poldberg 85,310 Foxes

1989 Midwest A Kansas City Royals 67-68 Brian Poldberg 76,223 Foxes

1990 Midwest A Kansas City Royals 62-71 Joe Breeden 84,396 Foxes

1991 Midwest A Kansas City Royals 58-81 Joe Breeden 72,601 Foxes

1992 Midwest A Kansas City Royals 70-62 Tom Poquette 46,576 Foxes

1993 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 62-73 Carlos Lezcano 56,036 Foxes

1994 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 75-64 Carlos Lezcano 76,281 Foxes

1995 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 63-75 Mike Goff 209,159 Timber Rattlers

1996 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 77-58 Mike Goff 233,797 Timber Rattlers

1997 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 76-63 Gary Varsho 227,104 Timber Rattlers

1998 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 72-65 Gary Varsho 227,306 Timber Rattlers

1999 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 72-66 Steve Roadcap 223,814 Timber Rattlers

2000 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 78-60 Gary Thurman 215,612 Timber Rattlers

2001 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 84-52 Gary Thurman 207,823 Timber Rattlers

2002 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 53-86 Gary Thurman 199,210 Timber Rattlers

2003 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 69-66 Daren Brown 198, 004 Timber Rattlers

2004 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 57-82 Steve Roadcap 206,487 Timber Rattlers

2005 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 76-63 Scott Steinmann 211,927 Timber Rattlers

2006 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 54-86 Jim Horner 209,033 Timber Rattlers

2007 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 53-85 Jim Horner 197,511 Timber Rattlers

2008 Midwest A Seattle Mariners 56-80 Terry Pollreisz 190,263 Timber Rattlers

2009 Midwest A Milwaukee Brewers 58-81 Jeff Isom 253,240 Timber Rattlers

2010 Midwest A Milwaukee Brewers 58-80 Jeff Isom 244,331 Timber Rattlers

2011 Midwest A Milwaukee Brewers 67-72 Matt Erickson 240,998 Timber Rattlers

*2012 Midwest A Milwaukee Brewers 78-61 Matt Erickson 240,509 Timber Rattlers

Sources used: 1984 Appleton Foxes program; Minor League Baseball; Midwest League; Wisconsin Timber Rattlers media guides and Baseball-Reference.com

* denotes league championship seasons

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