1964 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 1964 MLB Season is the 64th Season for Major League Baseball however the Seattle Rainiers final season before being relocated to Houston, TX and will become the Houston Astros

Rookie Draft Choices

Billy Grabarkewitz (SS) - Los Angeles Knights

Ken Henderson (CF) - San Francisco Seals

Bob Watson (C) - Seattle Rainiers

Bobby Bonds (LF) - San Francisco Seals

Joe Ferguson (C) - Los Angeles Knights

Roger Freed (LF) - Baltimore Orioles

Noah Lemus (SP) - Tampa Bay Rays

Joe Lis (3B) - Philadelphia Phillies

Bill McNulty (3B) - Kansas City Monarchs

Willie Crawford (LF) - Los Angeles Knights

George Culver (SP) - Cleveland Buckeyes

Larry Dierker (SP) - Seattle Rainiers

Rollie Fingers (SP) - Kansas City Monarchs

Jim Hardin (SP) - Baltimore Orioles

Tom Hutton (1B) - Los Angeles Knights

Reggie Jackson (RF) - Oakland Panthers

Ron Lolich (LF) - Chicago White Sox

Bobby Murcer (SS) - New York Yankees

Final Standings

AL East: Baltimore Orioles (112-54), New York Yankees (104-62), Boston Red Sox (100-66), Toronto Blue Jays (62-104)

AL Central: Detroit Tigers (106-60), Chicago White Sox (98-68), Cleveland Buckeyes (84-82), Kansas City Monarchs (76-90)

AL South: Miami Athletics (99-67), Dallas Rangers (69-97), New Orleans Pelicans (56-110), Oklahoma City 89ers (44-122)

AL West: San Francisco Seals (94-72), Los Angeles ANgels (85-81), Seattle Rainiers (74-92), Portland Beavers (65-101)

NL East: Philadelphia Phillies (107-59), Brooklyn Dodgers (96-70), New York Giants (92-74), Pittsburgh Pirates (75-91)

NL North: Chicago Cubs (104-62), Minnesota Twins (100-66), Cincinnati Reds (94-72), Milwaukee Brewers (73-93)

NL South: St. Louis Cadinals (107-59), Atlanta Braves (85-81), Tampa Bay Rays (60-106), Washington Nationals (59-107)

NL West: Los Angeles Knights (88-78), Oakland Panthers (72-94), Denver Rockies (69-97), San Diego Padres (47-119)

ALSF: Baltimore def. San Francisco 3-1, Miami def. Detroit 3-1

NLSF: Philadelphia def. LA Knights 3-2, Chicago Cubs def. St. Louis

ALCS: Baltimore def. Miami 4-1

NLCS: Philadelphia def. Chicago Cubs 4-0

WS: Baltimore def. Philadelphia 4-0

League Leaders

Batting Average - Cliff Cook (Chicago WS) .331

Home Runs - Cal Emery (Denver) 43

RBI - Cal Emery (Denver) 138

Stolen Bases - Luis Camejo (Dallas) 43

OBP + Slugging % - Rico Carty (Detroit) .928

ERA - Phil Regan (Atlanta) 2.03

Wins - Jose Barcenas (Boston) 24

Strikeouts - Ed Albrecht (Chicago Cubs) 312