1966 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 1966 MLB Season is the 66th Season for Major League Baseball

Draft Selections

Ralph Garcia (SP) - San Diego Padres

Craig Kusick (1B) - Minnesota Twins

Alfredo Martinez (SP) - Denver Rockies

Gary Nolan (SP) - Cincinnati Reds

Bill Russell (CF) - Los Angeles Angels

Ken Frailing (SP) - Chicago White Sox

Toby Harrah (2B) - Washington Nationals

Mike Jorgensen (1B) - Toronto Blue Jays

Ron LeFlore (CF) - Detroit Tigers

Rusty Torres (LF) - New York Yankees

Mike Adams (2B) - Minnesota Twins

Bill Campbell (RP) - Minnesota Twins

Chuck Goggin (SS) - Los Angeles Knights

Clay Kirby (SP) - San Diego Padres

Leron Lee (CF) - St. Louis Cardinals

Paul Powell (CF) - Los Angeles Angels

Gary Ryerson (SP) - San Francisco Seals

Tommy Smith (CF) - Cleveland Buckeyes

Bob Beall (1B) - Atlanta Braves

Lew Beasley (LF) - Washington Senators

Final Standings

AL East: Boston Red Sox (107-59), Baltimore Orioles (97-69), New York Yankees (97-69), Toronto Blue Jays (58-108)

AL Central: Detroit Tigers (113-53), Cleveland Buckeyes (95-71), Chicago White Sox (91-75), Kansas City Monarchs (69-97)

AL South: Miami Marlins (93-73), Dallas Rangers (72-94), Oklahoma City 89ers (66-100), New Oleans Pelicans (53-113)

AL West: San Francisco Seals (98-68), Los Angeles Angels (89-77), Houston Astros (67-99), Portland Beavers (63-103)

NL East: Philadelphia Phillies (103-63), Pittsburgh Pirates (96-70), Brooklyn Dodgers (88-78), New York Giants (82-84)

NL North: Minnesota Twins (94-72), Milwaukee Brewers (91-75), Cincinnati Reds (86-80), Chicago Cubs (76-90)

NL South: St. Louis Cardinals (113-53), Atlanta Braves (91-75), Tampa Bay Rays (70-96), Washington Nationals (69-97)

NL West: Los Angeles Knights (84-82), Oakland Panthers (82-84), San Diego Padres (60-106), Denver Rockies (43-123)

ALSF: Detroit def. Miami 3-2, San Francisco def. Boston 3-1

NLSF: St. Louis def. LA Knights 3-2, Minnesota def. Philadelphia 3-0

ALCS: Detroit def. San Francisco 4-1

NLCS: Minnesota def. St. Louis 4-0

WS: Detroit def. Minnesota 4-2

League Leaders

Batting Average - Joe Pepitone (Oakland) .350

Home Runs - Gordy Coleman (Chicago WS) 50

RBI - Tony Perez (Detroit) 130

Stolen Bases - Davey Lopes (Cleveland) 39

OBP + Slugging % - Tony Perez (Detroit) .984

ERA - Tim Weeks (LA Angels) 1.90

Wins - Pat Dobson (Detroit) 23

Strikeouts - Pedro Vargas (LA Angels) 304