|No. of teams||7|
The league also manages a summer youth league, camps and tournaments. In addition, a high school league, Pudget Sound Fall Ball, was formed for area high school teams.
The league was originated by the forming of the Tacoma Cardinals (2006) followed by the Olympia Athletics (2007). PSCL opened its first season in 2010 with six teams.
League founder and president Matt Acker also owns the West Coast Guns, an independent team. In 2014 Acker took ownership of the Kitsap BlueJackets semi-professional team, who compete in the Pacific International League (PIL) starting in 2017.
Thurston County Senators, an affiliated team who play a full league schedule, are not eligible for PSCL playoffs. The semi-professional team is made up of former PSCL alumni and compete in elite tournaments, including the Grand Forks International and World Baseball Challenge.
|Hawks Prairie Cardinals||Eric Widener|
|Lacey Saints||Jared Munson|
|Nisqually Silvers||Will Loza|
|Olympia Athletics||Paul Sopak|
|Tumwater Brewers||Abe Lupkin|
|West Olympia Linx||Alex DeAngelis|
|Thurston County Senators||Brady Hoover||Not eligible for playoffs|
NOTE: Senators are an affiliate of the PSCL. The team also plays games against the teams of Pacific International League, West Coast League, tournaments and other amateur teams.
|2010||Hawks Prairie Cardinals||Lacey Saints||2-0; 8-7|
|2011||Hawks Prairie Cardinals||Olympia Athletics||4-3 (11 innings); 8-3|
|2012||Olympia Athletics||Hawks Prairie Cardinals||5-3; 14-2|
|2013||West Olympia Linx||Tumwater Brewers||2-1 (13 innings)|
|2014||Nisqually Silvers||West Olympia Linx||6-5|
|2015||Nisqually Silvers||Tumwater Brewers||11-7|