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Playoff History

Iowa Cubs Playoff History

Iowa Cubs Playoff History

 

1973

American Association Championship

Tulsa defeated Iowa 4-3

Date Location Iowa
Oaks
Score
Oilers
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 5 @ Tulsa Rained Out      
September 6 @ Tulsa 2 3 Terlecky Lemonds  
September 7 @ Tulsa 6 7 Selma Neumeier  
September 8 @ Tulsa 4 3 Henderson Thompson Lemonds
September 10 @ Des Moines 7 3 Pitlock Bare  
September 11 @ Des Moines 5 0 Perzanowski Terlecky O'Toole
September 12 @ Des Moines 0 16 Forsch Henderson  
September 14 @ Des Moines 1 4 Thompson Pitlock  

 

 

1983

American Association Semi-Finals

Denver defeated Iowa 3-1.  The Bears won the American Association title

Date Location Cubs
Score
Bears
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 2 @ Denver 15 2 Filer Arroyo  
September 3 @ Denver 11 12 Ratzer Hargesheimer  
September 4 @ Des Moines 5 9 Fallon Larson  
September 5 @ Des Moines 3 5 Mura Patterson Ratzer

 

 

1984

American Association Semi-Finals

The Denver Zephyrs defeated Iowa 3-1.  The Louisville Redbirds won the American Association title.

Date Location Cubs
Score
Zephyrs
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 4 @ Des Moines 3 8 Arroyo Patterson  
September 5 @ Des Moines 0 9 Speck Pearlman  
September 6 @ Des Moines 3 1 Pryce Hoffman Altamirano
September 7 @ Denver 2 5 C. Johnson Meridith Gleaton

 

 

1993

American Association Finals

The Iowa Cubs defeated the Nashville Sounds 4-3 for their only championship.  "Tuffy" Rhodes hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning of game seven in front of 4,317 fans at old Sec Taylor Stadium. 

Date Location Cubs
Score
Zephyrs
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 8 @ Nashville 3 12 Bolton Brennan  
September 9 @ Nashville 3 1 Trachsel Ruffcorn Bullinger
September 10 @ Nashville 6 3 Ilsley Campos Bullinger
September 11 @ Des Moines 5 2 Wendell Baldwin  
September 12 @ Des Moines 6 9 Schrenk Williams  
September 13 @ Des Moines   Rained Out    
September 14 @ Des Moines 1 4 Bolton Trachsel  
September 15 @ Des Moines 3 2 Bullinger Baldwin  

 

 

1997

American Association Semi-Finals (Western Division Playoffs)

The Iowa Cubs swept the New Orleans Zephyrs 3-0.

Date Location Cubs
Score
Zephyrs
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 3 @ Des Moines 6 1 Steenstra Halama  
September 4 @ Des Moines 5 3 Swartzbaugh Nitkowski Speier
September 5 @ Des Moines 4 1 Heredia Manzanillo VanRyn

American Association Finals

The Buffalo Bisons swept the Iowa Cubs 3-0 when Sean Casey hit the winning home run in the tenth inning of game three.

Date Location Cubs
Score
Bisons
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 8 @ Buffalo 1 2 Blomdahl Telemaco Ilsley
September 9 @ Buffalo 3 6 Anderson Speier  
September 10 @ Des Moines 4 5 Weathers Speier  

 

1998

Pacific Coast League Semi-Finals

Games three and four in New Orleans were rained out, shortening the series to three games.  

Date Location Cubs
Score
Zephyrs
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 8 @ Des Moines 7 6 Steenstra Milacki King
September 9 @ Des Moines 3 5 Halama Pisciotta Harris
September 13 @ New Orleans 1 2 Scanlan Swartzbaugh  

 

2001

Pacific Coast League Semi-Finals

New Orleans swept Iowa 3-0, winning 3-1 in twelve innings in game three.

Date Location Cubs
Score
Zephyrs
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 5 @ New Orleans 0 10 Driskill Zambrano  
September 6 @ New Orleans 1 6 Powell Meyers  
September 7 @ Des Moines 1 3 Mann Norton Stone

 

2004

The Cubs beat Oklahoma 3-2 to claim the American Association Conference Championship, but was swept 3-0 by Sacramento for the PCL crown. 

Pacific Coast League Semi-Finals

Date Location Cubs
Score
RedHawks
Score
Winning Pitcher Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 8 @ Des Moines 2 1 Anderson Garcia Van Buren
September 9 @ Des Moines 2 4 Powell Meyers Clontz
September 10 @ Oklahoma 4 10 Narron Sedlacek  
September 11 @ Oklahoma 5 2 Koronka Hudgins Van Buren
September 12 @ Oklahoma 6 2 McGlinchy Bacsik  

Pacifc Coast League Finals

Date Location Cubs
Score
Rivercats
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 14 @ Sacramento 5 10 Rheinecker Anderson  
September 15 @ Sacramento 4 5 Flores Van Buren  
September 17 @ Des Moines 3 4 Mabeus Sedlacek Street

 

2008

Pacific Coast League Semi-Finals

The Oklahoma RedHawks defeated the Iowa Cubs in five games.

Date Location Cubs
Score
RedHawks
Score
Winning
Pitcher
Losing
Pitcher
Save
September 3 @ Des Moines 10 3 Wells Ramirez  
September 4 @ Des Moines 2 6 Lee Mathes  
September 5 @ Oklahoma 2 1 Atkins Gordon Carrasco
September 6 @ Oklahoma 6 9 Ballard Stanford Diaz
September 7 @ Oklahoma 5 16 Hunter Wells