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Cashman Field, where the 51s have played since their inaugural season in 1983, as the Las Vegas Stars.

This is a list of seasons completed by the Las Vegas 51s baseball club of the Pacific Coast League. The list documents the 51s records from 1983 to the present, including postseason performance. The club was founded as after relocating from Spokane, Washington to Las Vegas, Nevada in 1983 and was named the Stars. The team began life as the Portland Beavers in 1919 and moved to Spokane to become the Spokane Indians in 1973, before relocating again to Nevada in 1983. After being known as the "Stars" for eighteen seasons, the club officially changed its name to "51s" in 2001, following a change in affiliation from the San Diego Padres to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Year by Year Edit

Pacific Coast League Champions Conference Champions Division Champions
(1997–present)
1st Half Champions
(1983–1997)
2nd Half Champions
(1983–1997)
Season Affiliate Conference Division Regular Season Postseason Awards
Finish[a] Wins

[b]

Losses Win% GB

[c]

Las Vegas Stars
1983 SD Southern 1st 45 26 Lost in Semifinals, 2–3 (Albuquerque) Kevin McReynolds (MVP)[d]
3rd 38 34 6
1984 SD Southern 1st 42 28 Lost in Semifinals, 0–3 (Hawaii)
4th 29 37 14.5
1985 SD Southern 5th 32 40 10.5
3rd 33 39 10
1986 SD Southern 3rd 36 34 .563 1 Won in Semifinals, 3–2 (Phoenix)
Won PCL Championship, 3–2 (Vancouver)
Tim Pyznarski (MVP)[d]
1st 44 28
1987 SD Southern 5th 32 40 12 Lost in Semifinals, 0–3 (Albuquerque)
1st 37 33
1988 SD Southern 1st 41 29 Won in Semifinals, 3–0 (Albuquerque)
Won PCL Championship, 3–1 (Vancouver)
Sandy Alomar, Jr. (MVP)[d]
2nd 33 37 14.5
1989 SD Southern 2nd 36 35 6.5 Sandy Alomar, Jr. (MVP)[d]
2nd 38 34 6.5
1990 SD Southern 4th 29 43 17.5
4th 29 43 16.5
1991 SD Southern 4th 36 34 8
4th 29 41 14
1992 SD Southern 1st 41 31 Lost in Semifinals, 2–3 (Colorado Springs) Don Logan (EOY)[e]
3rd 33 39 15
1993 SD Southern 5th 32 40 6.5
5th 26 45 18.5
1994 SD Southern 5th 28 45 11.5
5th 28 42 17.5
1995 SD Southern 5th 26 46 13
5th 35 37 15
1996 SD Southern 4th 31 37 6 Lost in Semifinals, 0–3 (Phoenix)
1st 42 30
1997 SD Southern 5th 25 46 21.5
2nd 31 39 17.5
1998[f] SD Pacific South 3rd 70 72 8.5 Don Logan (EOY)[e]
1999 SD Pacific South 3rd 67 75 6.5
2000 SD Pacific South 2nd 73 70 16.5
Las Vegas 51s
2001 LAD Pacific South 3rd 68 76 7 Phil Hiatt (MVP)[d]
2002 LAD Pacific Southern 1st 85 59 Lost in Conference Finals, 1–3 (Edmonton) Brad Mills (MOY)[g]
2003 LAD Pacific Southern 2nd 76 66 .535 15
2004 LAD Pacific Southern 3rd 67 76 .469 11.5
2005 LAD Pacific South 4th 57 86 .399 22.5
2006 LAD Pacific South 3rd 67 77 .465 24
2007 LAD Pacific South 4th 67 77 .465 17
2008 LAD Pacific South 2nd 74 69 .517 9
2009 TOR Pacific South T-3rd 71 73 .493 15.5 Randy Ruiz (MVP)[d]
2010 TOR Pacific South 4th 66 78 .458 13 J.P. Arencibia (MVP)[d]
Totals Wins Losses Win%
1,227 1,329 Las Vegas Stars regular season record (1983-2000)
698 737 Las Vegas 51s regular season record (2001-2010)
1,925 2,066 All-time regular season record (1983-2010)
17 23 All-time postseason record
1,942 2,089 All-time regular and postseason record

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