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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|
|1st Half Champions|
|2nd Half Champions|
|Las Vegas Stars|
|1983||SD||Southern||1st||45||26||–||Lost in Semifinals, 2–3 (Albuquerque)||Kevin McReynolds (MVP)[d]|
|1984||SD||Southern||1st||42||28||–||Lost in Semifinals, 0–3 (Hawaii)|
|1986||SD||Southern||3rd||36||34||.563||1||Won in Semifinals, 3–2 (Phoenix)|
Won PCL Championship, 3–2 (Vancouver)
|Tim Pyznarski (MVP)[d]|
|1987||SD||Southern||5th||32||40||12||Lost in Semifinals, 0–3 (Albuquerque)|
|1988||SD||Southern||1st||41||29||–||Won in Semifinals, 3–0 (Albuquerque)|
Won PCL Championship, 3–1 (Vancouver)
|Sandy Alomar, Jr. (MVP)[d]|
|1989||SD||Southern||2nd||36||35||6.5||Sandy Alomar, Jr. (MVP)[d]|
|1992||SD||Southern||1st||41||31||–||Lost in Semifinals, 2–3 (Colorado Springs)||Don Logan (EOY)[e]|
|1996||SD||Southern||4th||31||37||6||Lost in Semifinals, 0–3 (Phoenix)|
|1998[f]||SD||Pacific||South||3rd||70||72||8.5||Don Logan (EOY)[e]|
|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]|
|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]|
|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|
- Template:Note labelThe Finish column lists regular season results and excludes postseason play.
- Template:Note labelThe Wins and Losses columns list regular season results and exclude any postseason play. Regular and postseason records are combined only at the bottom of the list.
- Template:Note labelThe GB column lists "Games Back" from the team that finished in first place that season. It is determined by finding the difference in wins plus the difference in losses divided by two.
- Template:Note labelMVP stands for Pacific Coast League Most Valuable Player.
- Template:Note labelEOY stands for Pacific Coast League Executive of the Year.
- Template:Note label In 1998, the Pacific Coast League adopted a full season format for the first time since 1978.
- Template:Note labelMOY stands for Pacific Coast League Manager of the Year.