The Everett Giants were looking to go right back and do the exact same thing that they did in 1985... and they did just that... finishing with an identical record of 40-34 (.541). Unfortunately that only got them to 2nd place this time and not 1st, so they didn't make the playoffs and a ensuing back to back title was not going to happen. There were some great performances however as future S.F. Giants pitcher Jim Pena went 10-2 with a 2.92 ERA for the all-time lead in wins, while Seattle Mariners relief pitcher went 5-0 with a 2.15 ERA in 7 starts. Tod Ronson hit 11 HRs to take the all time club record away from Ricky Nelson (Neither of whom would ever make it past Single-A ball), and Mark Leonard hit .258 with 6 2B and 4 HR. Future S.F. backup catcher Jim McNamara also hit 8 HR with a .247 average. Attendance held steady at 51,000.