Rancho Cucamonga Quakes
The Quakes franchise has been in existence since 1966 when it played in Lodi, California. The team moved to San Bernardino in 1986 and became the Spirit; Ken Griffey, Jr. was among the players that came through Fiscalini Field on their way to the big leagues.
In 1993, the franchise moved to their current location and was renamed the Quakes. The Quakes won their lone California League championship in 1994, defeating the Modesto A's in four games.
After being an affiliate of the San Diego Padres for the first eight years in Rancho Cucamonga, the team swapped affiliations with the Lake Elsinore Storm, beginning the 2001 season.
For the next ten seasons, the Quakes would be affiliated with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. In 2010, its final year of affiliation with the Angels, the team advanced to the California League championship round, losing in extra-innings in the fifth and deciding game to the San Jose Giants. After the season, the Quakes once again changed affiliations, joining the Dodgers' system.
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