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San Jose Bees

The San Jose Bees refers to two California League teams, one that existed from 1962 to 1976 and one that existed from 1983 to 1987. Based in San Jose, California, they were affiliated with the Los Angeles Angels from 1962 to 1964, the California Angels from 1965 to 1969, the Kansas City Royals from 1970 to 1974 and the Cleveland Indians from 1975 to 1976. They played their home games at Municipal Stadium.[1]

Year-by-year record

(from Baseball Reference Bullpen)

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1962 78-58 1st Red Marion League Champs
1963 62-78 7th Red Marion
1964 73-67 3rd Rocky Bridges none
1965 72-68 2nd Rocky Bridges Lost League Finals
1966 77-64 2nd Rocky Bridges
1967 86-52 1st Harry Dunlop League Champs
1968 80-60 1st Harry Dunlop / Del Rice Lost League Finals
1969 68-72 5th Tom Morgan / Eddie Bressoud
1970 77-63 3rd Buddy Peterson none
1971 70-70 4th Buddy Peterson
1972 76-64 3rd Harry Malmberg
1973 75-65 3rd Steve Boros
1974 81-59 2nd Steve Boros Lost League Finals
1975 67-73 7th Del Youngblood none
1976 45-95 6th Gomer Hodge
1983 56-84 10th Frank Verdi
1984 55-85 10th Al Gallagher
1985 55-88 10th Jethro McIntyre
1986 65-77 8th Harry Steve / Mike Verdi
1987 33-109 10th Mike Verdi

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