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Waterloo Indians

The Waterloo Indians were a minor league baseball team that played from 1977 to 1988 in the Midwest League. They played their home games at Riverfront Stadium and were affiliated with the Cleveland Indians. They were located in Waterloo, Iowa.

Year-by-year record


Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1977 80-58 1st Woody Smith Lost League Finals
1978 91-46 2nd Woody Smith Lost in 1st round
1979 81-54 1st Cal Emery Lost League Finals
1980 86-55 1st Cal Emery League Champs
1981 81-55 2nd Gomer Hodge Lost in 1st round
1982 75-64 5th Gomer Hodge
1983 76-64 3rd (t) Gomer Hodge Lost in 1st round
1984 65-74 9th Gomer Hodge
1985 67-73 7th Steve Swisher
1986 78-62 3rd Steve Swisher League Champs
1987 72-68 5th Glenn Adams
1988 78-62 5th (t) Ken Bolek


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