| || BNN Stats: Batting Leaders |
Monday, October 18th, 1926
So, who leads the Pacific Coast League in at bats?
Frank Zoeller, HoSt, 768
Jim Oglesby, SeIn, 761
Art Shires, PoBe, 717
Billy Lane, -, 702
Roy C Johnson, SaSe, 699
| || PCL News: The Offseason Begins |
Thursday, October 14th, 1926
With the Pacific Coast League playoffs settled and a new champion crowned, it might appear as though baseball is ready to slink into hibernation until next year. Instead, the offseason begins today, bringing a different flurry of activity. Trades and roster moves will continue over the next several months as teams look for that magic combination that will find them playing for next year's championship.
In baseball, nothing stands still and general managers can't afford to take this time off, lest they find themselves sitting in the unemployment line next year at this time. So while players are finally resting away some of their aches and pains, General Managers had better be ready to act!
You may now vote for the league award winners, the option is available in the league menu.
| || Weekly Team Power Rankings |
Monday, October 11th, 1926
Here are the current team power rankings for Pacific Coast League:
Teams (Total Points, Tendency):
1) Seattle Indians (126.8, o)
2) Hollywood Stars (116.0, o)
3) Sacramento Senators (96.3, +)
4) Portland Beavers (86.4, -)
5) Oakland Oaks (85.6, o)
6) Los Angeles Angels (76.1, o)
7) San Francisco Seals (69.4, o)
8) Mission Bells (64.5, o)
|PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE STANDINGS|