Seattle Studs

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Team History[edit]

The Seattle Studs play in the Pacific International League. They play their home games at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA. Founded in 1954 by Ben Cheney of the Cheney Lumber Company in Tacoma, the Seattle Studs are one of the oldest amateur baseball teams in the country. The club has been very successful in recent years, winning the National Baseball Congress World Series three times. Over 100 players have gone on to major league baseball.

Barry Aden is in his second tenure as Studs manager. His first stint lasted from 1990 - 1993 when he left to manage the Tacoma Timbers. He returned in 2001 and has been manager ever since.

NBC World Series Appearances[edit]

Year Manager Finish
1992 Barry Aden 5th Place
1993 Barry Aden 11th Place
1994 Jeff Scanlan 11th Place
2002 Barry Aden 9th Place
2003 Barry Aden 1-2
2004 Barry Aden 9th Place
2005 Barry Aden 4th Place
2006 Barry Aden 11th Place
2007 Barry Aden 9th Place
2008 Barry Aden Runner Up
2009 Barry Aden 9th Place
2010 Barry Aden Runner Up
2011 Barry Aden 7th Place
2012 Barry Aden Runner Up
2013 Barry Aden Champions
2014 Barry Aden Runner Up
2015 Barry Aden Champions
2016 Barry Aden Quarter Final
2017 Barry Aden 1-2
2018 Barry Aden Quarter Final
2019 Barry Aden Champions
2021 Barry Aden 4th Place


Seattle Studs