Wausau, Wiscosnin


Team Names
Timbers, 1975-1990

Affiliations
New York Mets, 1975-1978
Cooperative, 1979-1980
Seattle Mariners, 1981-1989
Baltimore Orioles, 1989

Ballpark
Athletic Park

In 1975, the Decatur franchise moved to Wausau. In 1991 the franchise move to Geneva, IL (Kane County)

By The Numbers
Year Club W L PCT GB Manager Attendence
1990 Baltimore 49 87 .360 40 Mike Young 56,434 Stats
1989 Seattle 66 68 .493 20 Tommy Jones 49,302 Stats
1988 Seattle 52 88 .371 35 Rick Sweet 55,255 Stats
1987 Seattle 57 83 .407 25 Bobby Cuellar 61,342 Stats
1986 Seattle 73 66 .525 12.5 Bobby Cuellar 59,634 Stats
1985 Seattle 52 85 .387 32 Greg Mahlberg 50,352 Stats Boxscores
1984 Seattle 70 66 .515 17 Greg Mahlberg 50,095 Stats Boxscores
1983 Seattle 55 83 .399 32.5 Robert Harrison 50,147 Stats
1982 Seattle 55 84 .396 32 Robert Harrison 43,077 Stats
1981 Seattle 84 48 .636 - Bill Plummer 58,116 Stats
1980 Co-Op 57 82 .410 28 Marty Martinez 37,175 Stats Boxscores
1979 Co-Op 69 61 .531 9.5 Tom Robson 43,059 Stats
1978 New York (NL) 55 81 .404 41.5 Dan Monzon 48,213 Stats Boxscores
1977 New York (NL) 55 83 .399 25 Tom Egan 61,912 Stats Boxscores
1976 New York (NL) 56 73 .434 21.5 Bill Monbouquette 57,797 Stats Boxscores
1975 New York (NL) 51 77 .398 42 Thomas Videtich/ Owen Friend 63,461 Stats

1980 co-op team, had mainly Seattle players. with help from Cleveland and others
1979 co-op team, had mainly Cleveland players, with help from Texas