Honolulu VOLCANOS
"Aloha Means Goodbye"
Established 1997

Stadium: Diamond Head Diamond
Model: Three Rivers Stadium
Climate: Honolulu, HI
Colors: Red, Gold

Uniforms:
- Home
- Road
- Special

Owner: Marty Polanski
Manager: Earl Weaver

Minor League Affiliates:
- Hilo Pineapples (AAA)
- Lahaina Vulcans (LOW)

Honolulu Volcanos Franchise Timeline

April 7, 1997: First game in franchise history.

1997 Playoffs: The Volcanos win their first Polanski Division title, but are swept by the New York Nukes in the ILCS.

November 7, 1997: Nap Lajoie is named the MVP of the Inferno League.

1999 Playoffs: Honolulu makes their first Weaver Series appearance, but they are defeated by the Belfast Bombers in five games.

2000 Playoffs: The Volcanos win their first Weaver Series! They sweep the Havana Cigars.

November 3, 2000: Nap Lajoie wins his second Inferno League MVP award.

2003 Playoffs: Honolulu returns to the Weaver Series. Facing Belfast the Volcanos take a 3-1 series lead, but the Bombers come back to defeat Honolulu in seven games.

November 7, 2003: Jim Thome is named MVP of the Inferno League.

November 1, 2006: Don Roy wins the Inferno League Rookie of the Year award.

November 7, 2012: Daryl Vandagrift is named Inferno League Rookie of the Year.

August 26, 2022: Gail Simons throws a no-hitter against the Los Angeles Riots.



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