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"The Ports have an incredible history, having won 11 California League Championships since 1941. Our connection to our past success is strengthened every year through the dedication of our Alumni." --Pat Filippone (Stockton Ports President)

Ports All-Time Roster
Ports in the Majors
Ports in the Olympics
Ports All-Time Team

50th anniversary team

All-Time Roster

Ports in the Majors

Lloyd's Letter

Lou's Letter

1963 50th Anniversary Stockton Ports California League Champions Reunion May 18, 2013

 

On May 18, Ports alumni from across the country returned to Stockton for our annual Alumni Night. This year, the Ports celebrated the 1963 Ports and the 50th anniversary of their California League Championship Title. Check out our Docking With the Ports blog to read interviews from members of the team, beginning with manager and player Harry Dunlop. Their stories served as a testament to the long and storied history of the Stockton Ports.

Read the weekly interviews here: Alumni Interviews
Alumni Stories

 

Stockton Ports in the Olympics

 

Chad Green - 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Bronze Medal
Ben Sheets - 2000 Olympics in Sydney,Gold Medal
Brett Anderson - 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Bronze Medal
Trevor Cahill - 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Bronze Medal

Stockton Ports - Award Winners

 

Don Baylor (Bio)
1979 AL MVP (California Angels)1968 Stockton Ports
Ron Hansen
1960 AL Rookie of the Year (Baltimore Orioles) 1956 Stockton Ports
Al Bumbry
1973 Al Rookie of the Year (Baltimore Orioles) 1969 Stockton Ports
Pat Listach (Bio)
1992 AL Rookie of the Year (Milwaukee Brewers), 1989-90 Stockton Ports
Andrew Bailey
2009 AL Rookie of the Year (Oakland A's), 2007 Stockton Ports
John Jaha (Bio) - 1999 Comeback Player of the Year (Oakland A's, 1988-90 Stockton Ports
Gary Sheffield (Bio)
1992 Comeback Player of the Year (San Diego Padres), 1987 Stockton Ports
Gary Sheffield
NL Batting Champion (.330 average) 1992 San Diego Padres, 1987 Stockton Ports
Bobby Grich
AL Home Run Champion (22) 1981 California Angels, 1968 Stockton Ports
Don Baylor
AL RBI Champion (139) 1979 California Angels, 1968 Stockton Ports
Wally Bunker
AL Winning Percentage Leader (.792 pct. 19-5)1964 Baltimore Orioles, 1963 Stockton Ports
Ernie Broglio
NL Winning Percentage Leader (.700 pct. 21-9) 1960 St.Louis Cardinals, 1955 Stockton Ports
Dave Johnson
40+ Home Runs in a Major League Season(43) 1973 Atlanta Braves, 1962 Stockton Ports
Gary Sheffield
40+ Home Runs in a Major League Season (42) 1996 Florida Marlins, 1987 Stockton Ports
Gary Sheffield
40+ Home Runs in a Major League Season (42) 2000 Los Angeles Dodgers, 1987 Stockton Ports
Ernie Broglio
20+ Wins in a Major League Season (21-9) 1960 St. Louis Cardinals, 1955 Stockton Ports
Gary Sheffield
500+ Home Runs in a Major League Season (509)
Ron Hansen
Unassisted Triple Plays in Major League Game (On July 30, 1968 vs. the Cleveland Indians he was playing shortstop in the first inning. He caught a liner, touched second base, and tagged a runner coming from first base.)


Do you personally know any Stockton Ports Alumni? Tell us about it by contacting Kellie Ryan at kryan@stocktonports.com