Bowie Baysox - Season Records

Season Records

Place, except 1993, is finish in Southern Division. Place from 2010–Present is finish in Western Division

  • 1993: 72-68 (3rd in Eastern League), manager Don Buford
  • 1994: 84-58 (2nd), manager Pete Mackanin
  • 1995: 68-74 (3rd), manager Bob Miscik
  • 1996: 54-88 (5th), managers Bob Miscik/Tim Blackwell
  • 1997: 75-67 (2nd), manager Joe Ferguson
  • 1998: 71-71 (5th), manager Joe Ferguson
  • 1999: 70-71 (4th), manager Joe Ferguson
  • 2000: 65-77 (5th), manager Andy Etchebarren
  • 2001: 59-82 (6th), manager Dave Machemer
  • 2002: 55-84 (5th), manager Dave Cash/Dave Stockstill
  • 2003: 69-72 (4th), manager Dave Trembley
  • 2004: 73-69 (3rd), manager Dave Trembley
  • 2005: 74-68 (3rd), manager Don Werner
  • 2006: 67-74 (4th), manager Don Werner
  • 2007: 72-68 (4th), manager Bien Figueroa
  • 2008: 84-58 (1st), manager Brad Komminsk
  • 2009: 73-69 (3rd), manager Brad Komminsk
  • 2010: 75-67 (3rd), manager Brad Komminsk
  • 2011: 75-66 (3rd), manager Gary Kendall
  • 2012: 78-64 (2nd), manager Gary Kendall

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