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The Wausau Timbers were a minor league baseball team, located in Wausau, Wisconsin. The Timbers were members of the Class A Midwest League from 1975-1990. The team was sold in 1991 and moved to Geneva, Illinois, where it became the Kane County Cougars.
The Timbers franchise first played 1975 in Wausau as the Wausau Mets. After the franchise left the affiliation with the New York Mets and went co-op, the team moniker changed to the Timbers The 1979 team received players from mainly the Cleveland Indians and Texas Rangers, while the 1980 team had mainly Seattle Mariners farmhands with help from the Cleveland Indians and other teams.
Built in 1936, Athletic Park was home to the Timbers of the Class-A Midwest League (1975-1990) and previous minor league teams: the Wausau Lumberjacks (1936-1942, 1946-1949, 1956–57) and the Wausau Timberjacks (1950–1953).
- Ivan Calderon (1981–82) MLB All-Star
- Chuck Carr (1988) 1993 NL stolen base leader
- Edgar Martinez (1984) MLB All-Star; 2000 AL RBI leader; 2 X AL batting champion (1992, 1995)
- Jim Presley (1980) MLB All-Star
- Harold Reynolds (1981) MLB All-Star; 1987 AL stolen base leader
- Omar Vizquel (1986) MLB All-Star
- Mookie Wilson (1977) MLB All-Star
- Ned Yost (1975) MLB Player; Manager, World Series champion Kansas City Royals (2015)
- Gregg Zaun (1990)
|1976||56-73||8th (t)||Bill Monbouquette|
|1979||69-61||4th||Tom Robson||Lost in 1st round|
|1981||84-48||1st||Bill Plummer||League Champs|
|1982||55-84||12th||R. J. Harrison|
|1983||55-83||11th||R. J. Harrison|
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