Dubuque, Iowa


Team Names
Packers, 54-67
Midwest Dodgers, August 1962
Royals, 1968
Packers, 1974-76

Affiliations
Chicago White Sox, 1954-58
Pittsburgh Pirates, 1959-60
Cleveland Indians, 1961-66
Los Angeles Dodgers, 1967
Kansas City Royals, 1968
This team was technically a Royals farm team, this was staffed as a co-op team with at least 15 teams involved.
Co-Op, 1974
Houston Astros, 1975-76

Ballpark
Johnny Petrakis Field

Joined the Mississippi-Ohio Valley League as an expansion team in 1954. They would leave the Midwest League in 1969, and would not be immediatly replaced. In 1970 the Danville team would pick up the franchise. From August 7th, 1962 through the end of the season Dubuque hosted the former Keokuk team, which was known as the Midwest Dodgers while in Dubuque. This franchise moved to Wisconsin Rapids in 1963, and is the current Fort Wayne franchise

Before the 1974 season the Quincy franchise moved to Dubuque. This team expired after the 1976 seaosn and was not replaced.

Year Club W L PCT GB Manager Attendence
1976 Houston 59 71 .454 19 Bob Cluck 58,437 Stats
1975 Houston 58 67 .464 33.5 Bob Cluck 54,371 Stats
1974 Co-Op 44 78 .361 33 Ben Thiel 52,304 Stats
1968 Kansas City 54 61 .470 14 Max Lanier/ Paul Pettit 49,411 Stats
1967 Los Angeles 49 71 .408 23.5 Bill Berrier 33,737 Stats
1966 Cleveland 44 73 .376 35 Elmer Valo 33,705 Stats
1965 Cleveland 47 73 .392 34 Elmer Valo Stats
1964 Cleveland 59 63 .484 21 Walt Novick Stats
1963 Cleveland 47 76 .382 35.5 Walt Novick Stats
1962 Cleveland 71 52 .577 2 Walt Novick/ Edward Serrano Stats
1961 Cleveland 64 61 .512 10.5 Pinky May Stats
1960 Pittsburgh 66 56 .541 14 James Adlam Stats
1959 Pittsburgh 56 68 .452 20 Wally Millies/ Syd Thrift/ Albert Kubski/ John Armstrong Stats
1958 Chicago (AL) 59 63 .484 10.5 Frank Parenti Stats Boxscores
1957 Chicago (AL) 73 51 .589 2.5 George Noga Stats
1956 Chicago (AL) 66 57 .537 6 George Noga Stats
1955 Chicago (AL) 74 52 .587 - Ira Hutchinson Stats
1954 Chicago (AL) 62 61 .504 10.5 Jack Conway Stats

1974-had Texas, Detroit, Cincinnati and St. Louis players