History

The North County Waves were formed in 1995 by Doug Johnson and Mike Studer as a Men's League All-Star and Travel team. In their first year of existence the Waves joined the National Baseball Congress (NBC) and have been a member ever since. As the team progressed over the years the Waves have become a summer collegiate team with a few ex-college and minor league players mixed in. The Waves were one of the six original franchises in the newly formed Western Semi-Pro Baseball Association in 1998. They finished in 2nd place in both 1999-2000. In 2000 the Waves qualified for their first NBC World Series in Wichita, Kansas by winning the NBC Western Regional in San Diego. In the World Series the Waves finished in a very respectable 17th place. In 2001 the Waves won their first league championship and once again qualified for the NBC World Series. The Waves made a great run at the tournament championship before settling for 3rd place. In 2002 the Waves won the Western Semi-Pro Baseball Association title, now called the Western Baseball Association, once again, but finished a disappointing 17th at the NBC World Series.  Since 2002 the Waves have won 7 league titles and qualified for the NBC World Series 15 times and finished in fourth place in 2011, 5th in 2014, 7th in 2015 and back up to 5th Place in 2017.  In 2005 officially changed their name to San Diego Waves from North County. The year by year rrosters, schedule and stats are to the right. The player and pitchers of the year, former Waves who turned pro, and Waves records are all listed

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