1969 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 1969 MLB Season is the 69th Season for Major League Baseball

Top Draft Selections

Rudy Meoli (SS) - Los Angeles Angels

Dave Parker (LF) - Pittsburgh Pirates

Ken Singleton (RF) - Baltimore Orioles

Jeff Burroughs (LF) - Dallas Rangers

Ike Hampton (C) - New York Giants

Bill Madlock (SS) - Pittsburgh Pirates

Alan Ashby (C) - Houston Astros

Bert Blyleven (SP) - Minnesota Twins

Paul Bolton (SP) - Oakland Panthers

Ray Busse (SS) - Houston Astros

Wayne Cage (1B) - Cleveland Buckeyes

Dave Campbell (RP) - Atlanta Braves

Tommy Cruz (LF) - Dallas Rangers

Randy Elliott (RF) - San Diego Padres

Dwight Evans (LF) - Boston Red Sox

Mike Flanagan (SP) - Baltimore Orioles

Tom Johnson (RP) - Minnesota Twins

Leron Lee (CF) - St. Louis Cardinals

John Stearns (C) - Brooklyn Dodgers

Final Standings

AL East: New York Yankees (101-59), Baltimore Oriole (95-65), Boston Red Sox (94-66), Toronto Blue Jays (50-110)

AL Central: Detroit Tigers (96-64), Chicago White Sox (82-78), Kansas City Monarchs (68-92), Cleveland Buckeyes (64-96)

AL South: Miami Athletics (76-84), Dallas Ranges (75-85), Oklahoma City 89ers (72-88), New Orleans Pelicans (70-90)

AL West: San Francisco Seals (98-62), Los Angeles Angels (95-65), Portland Beavers (73-87), Houston Astros (71-89)

NL East: New York Giants (89-71), Philadelphia Phillies (84-76), Pittsburgh Pirates (79-81), Brooklyn Dodgers (76-84)

NL North: Minnesota Twins (101-59), Cincinnati Reds (98-62), Milwaukee Brewers (96-64), Chicago Cubs (64-96)

NL South: St. Louis Cardinals (93-67), Atlanta Braves (90-70), Washington Nationals (71-89), Tampa Bay Rays (68-92)

NL West: Los Angeles Knights (95-65), Denver Rockies (65-95), San Diego Padres (61-99), Oakland Panthers (50-110)

League Leaders

Batting Average - Reggie Smith (Boston) .352

Home Runs - Adrian Garrett (Kansas City) & Bob Robertson (Minnesota) 40

RBI - Ralph Garr (Cincinnati) 126

Stolen Bases - Reggie Smith (Boston) 40

OBP + Slugging % - Reggie Smith (Boston) 1.037

ERA - Bill Singer (Minnesota) 2.24

Wins - Bill Singer (Minnesota) 24

Strikeouts - Nolan Ryan (LA Angels) 293