|Minor league affiliations|
|Major league affiliations|
|Minor league titles|
Wausau Mets (1975-1978)
|Colors||Royal blue, gold, white|
Orange, black, white
|Timbers Baseball, Inc.|
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 franchise was sold in 1991 and moved to Geneva, Illinois, where it became the Kane County Cougars.
The franchise first played 1975 in Wausau as the Wausau Mets. The club maintained an affiliation with the New York Mets through 1978. Without an affiliation the team changed its name to the Timbers and played two years as a co-op with players mainly from the Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers, and Seattle Mariners. In 1981 the club signed a played development contract with the Mariners. The affiliation with the Mariners lasted nine seasons. In 1990 the club signed on with the Baltimore Orioles and played their final season in Wausau.
The Timbers played at Athletic Park, 324 E. Wausau Ave. Wausau, Wisconsin  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).
|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|