1968 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 1968 MLB Season is the 68th Season for Major League Baseball

Top Draft Choices

Jack Baker (1B) - Boston Red Sox

Juan Beniquez (SS) - Boston Red Sox

Bruce Bochte (1B) - Toronto Blue Jays

Mike Cubbage (2B) - Dallas Rangers

Brian Downing (LF) - Los Angeles Angels

Jim Dwyer (RF) - St. Louis Cardinals

Mike Easler (CF) - Pittsburgh Pirates

Rob Ellis (RF) - Milwaukee Brewers

King Flood (SP) - Oklahoma City 89ers

Ken Griffey (LF) - Cincinnati Reds

Larry Hisle (LF) - Minnesota Twins

Dane Iorg (1B) - Philadelphia Phillies

Cliff Johnson (C) - Houston Astros

Lamar Johnson (LF) - Chicago White Sox

Larry Johnson (C) - Cleveland Buckeyes

Marvin Lane (RF) - Detroit Tigers

Gary Matthews (CF) - San Francisco Seals

Ken Singleton (RF) - Baltimore Orioles

Final Standings

AL East: Boston Red Sox (94-66), New York Yankees (89-71), Baltimore Orioles (85-75), Toronto Blue Jays (51-109)

AL Central: Detroit Tigers (94-66), Chicago White Sox (82-78), Cleveland Buckeyes (71-89), Kansas City Monarchs (67-93)

AL South: Dallas Rangers (89-71), New Orleans Pelicans (75-85), Miami Athletics (72-88), Oklahoma CIty 89ers (69-91)

AL West: Los Angeles Angels (97-63), San Francisco Seals (96-64), Houston Astros (79-81), Portland Beavers (70-900)

NL East: Pittsbugh Pirates (90-71), Brooklyn Dodgers (89-72), New York Giants (88-72), Philadelphia Phillies (83-77)

NL North: Minnesota Twins (99-61), Cincinnati Reds (88-72), Milwaukee Brewers (73-87), Chicago Cubs (73-87)

NL South: St. Louis Cardinals (112-48), Atlanta Braves (67-93), Washington Nationals (66-94), Tampa Bay Rays (65-95)

NL West: Los Angeles Knights (86-74), Denver Rockies (71-89), Oakland Panthers (69-91), San Diego Padres (62-98)

ALSF: LA Angels def. Dallas 3-2, Boston def. Detroit 3-0

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

ALCS: Boston def. LA Angels 4-1

NLCS: LA Knights def. Minnesota 4-2

WS: Boston def. LA Knights 4-1

League Leaders

Batting Average - Lee Maye (Minnesota) .316

Home Runs - Jim Ray Hart (St. Louis) 40

RBI - Jim Ray Hart (St. Louis) 120

Stolen Bases - Buddy Bradford (Washington) 31

OBP + Slugging % - Reggie Smith (Boston) .892

ERA - Ryan Asher (St. Louis) 1.76

Wins - Jim McAndrew (NY Giants) 21

Strikeouts - Pedro Vargas (LA Angels) 304