|No. of teams||5|
|San Rafael Pacifics (2019)|
|Most titles||San Rafael Pacifics (4)|
During the initial season, two Hawaii-based teams, the Hawaii Stars and the Maui Warriors, played inter-league games against the Baseball Challenge League of Japan; California teams played against the Freedom Pro League of Arizona.
Both Hawaii teams, the Stars and the Warriors, ceased operations after playing the 2013 season due to the travel costs of bringing in opponents from Northern California. The East Bay Lumberjacks also did not return for a second season.
Before the 2019 season the league lost two teams - Martinez (folded) and Pittsburg (took a one-year hiatus). To replace them the Salina Stockade were added to the league as a travel team.
|Napa Silverados||2018||Napa, California||NVC Storm Field|
|Salina Stockade||2019||Travel team||none||---|
|San Rafael Pacifics||2013||San Rafael, California||Albert Park||1,200|
|Sonoma Stompers||2014||Sonoma, California||Arnold Field||1,400|
|Vallejo Admirals||2013||Vallejo, California||Wilson Park||500|
League members Former Team
|Season||1st Half Winner||2nd Half Winner||League Champion||Playoff Game Result|
|2013||Na Koa Ikaika Maui||San Rafael Pacifics||Na Koa Ikaika Maui||6–1|
|2014||San Rafael Pacifics||San Rafael Pacifics||San Rafael Pacifics||none|
|2015||Sonoma Stompers||San Rafael Pacifics||San Rafael Pacifics||4–3|
|2016||Sonoma Stompers||Sonoma Stompers||Sonoma Stompers||none|
|2017||Sonoma Stompers||Vallejo Admirals||Vallejo Admirals||11–8|
|Regular season winner||Record||Playoff Champion||Playoff Result|
|2018||Sonoma Stompers||57-23||San Rafael Pacifics||6–0|
|2019||Sonoma Stompers||45-19||San Rafael Pacifics||2-1 (best of three)|
|Season||League MVP||Pitcher of the Year||Reliever of the Year||Rookie of the Year||Manager of the Year||Executive of the Year|
|2014||Jayce Ray, Sonoma||Patrick Conroy, San Rafael||Collin Allen, San Rafael||Jordan Hinshaw, Vallejo||Garry Templeton II, Vallejo||none|
|2015||Matt Chavez, San Rafael||Max Beatty, San Rafael||Sean Conroy, Sonoma||Mark Hurley, Sonoma||Aaron Miles, Pittsburg||Mike Shaprio, San Rafael|
|2016||Joel Carranza, Sonoma||Patrick Conroy, San Rafael||JR Bunda, San Rafael||Marquis Hutchinson, Vallejo||Takashi Miyoshi, Sonoma||Theo Fightmaster, Sonoma|
|2017||Tillman Pugh, Vallejo||Tyler Garkow, Sonoma||Sammy Gervacio, Vallejo||Michael Rizzitello, San Rafael||PJ Phillips, Vallejo / Takashi Miyoshi, Sonoma||Kevin Reilly, Vallejo|
|2018||Javion Randle, San Rafael||Jared Koenig, San Rafael||Jacob Cox, Sonoma||Kenny Meimerstorf, Sonoma||Zack Pace, Sonoma||Brett Creamer, Sonoma|
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