1982 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 1982 MLB Season is the 82nd Season for Major League Baseball

The Top 32 Rookies who are Chosen First

Brady Anderson (CF) - Baltimore Orioles

Jim Bruske (RP) - Cleveland Buckeyes

Jay Buhner (RF) - Seattle Pilots

Craig Cala (CF) - Calgary Wranglers

Kevin Campbell (RP) - Los Angeles Knights

Chris Carmack (SP) - Richmond Generals

Mark Davis (RF) - Chicago White Sox

Don Dingwell (SP) - Reno Silver Sox

Dwight Gooden (SP) - New York Giants

Marvin Hill (SP) - Oklahoma City 89ers

John Kroeger (C) - Birmingham Barons

Kimiyasu Kudo (RP) - New York Giants

Lou List (RP) - Montreal Expos

Warren Newsom (LF) - San Diego Padres

Rick Reed (SP) - Brooklyn Dodgers

Bret Saberhagen (SP) - Kansas City Monarchs

Jeff Sellers (SP) - Boston Red Sox

Sean Snedeker (SP) - San Antonio Missions

Dong-Yeol Son (RP) - Pittsburgh Pirates

Armando Verdugo (C) - New Orleans Pelicans

Eddie Yanes (CF) - Iowa Oaks

Ryan Anderson (RP) - Las Vegas Blackjack 21's

Steve Blanch (SP) - Portland Beavers

Barry Bonds (LF) - San Francisco Seals

Kevin Carmody (RP) - Toronto Blue Jays

Colin Charland (SP) - Columbus Explorers

Craig Faulkner (C) - Los Angeles Knights

Terry Gilmore (SP) - Las Vegas Blackjack 21's

Kyle Irvin (RP) - Dallas Rangers

Daryl Irvine (RP) - Boston Red Sox

Stan Javier (RF) - Oakland Panthers

Dave Meads (RP) - Houston Astros

Final Standings

AL East: Boston Red Sox (90-71), New York Yankees (89-72), Baltimore Orioles (86-74), Toronto Blue Jays (75-85), Buffalo Bisons (74-86), Richmond Generals (67-93)

AL Central: Chicago White Sox (108-52), Cleveland Buckeyes (87-73), Detroit TIgerrs (82-78), Kansas City Monarchs (73-87), Iowa Oaks (68-92), Chicago Hitmen (48-112)

AL South: New Orleans Pelicans (97-63), Oklahoma City 89ers (95-65), Dallas Rangers (83-77), Miami Athletics (81-79), Houston Astros (76-84), Mexico City Diablos Rojos (69-91)

AL West: Seattle Pilots (103-57), San Francisco Seals (91-69), Los Angeles Angels (88-72), Portland Beavers (76-84), Reno Silver Sox (58-102), Vancouver Mounties (57-103)

NL East: New York Giants (97-63), Brooklyn Dodgers (94-66), Washington Nationals (91-69), Pittsburgh Pirates (82-78), Philadelphia Phillies (77-83), Montreal Expos (71-89)

NL North: Cincinnati Reds (99-61), Chicago Cubs (98-62), Minnesota Twins (90-70), Milwaukee Brewers (87-73), Columbus Explorers (67-93), Fargo RedHawks (67-93)

NL South: St. Louis Cardinals (87-73), Charlotte Bobcats (84-76), Atlanta Braves (74-86), San Antonio Missions (64-96), Tampa Bay Rays (58-102), Birmingham Barons (51-109)

NL West: Denver Rockies (101-59), Los Angeles Knights (95-65), Oakland Panthers (94-86), Las Vegas Blackjack 21's (76-84), San Diego Padres (73-87), Calgary Wranglers (43-117)

Playoffs

ALSF: Boston def. Chicago WS 3-2, Seattle def. New Orleans 3-1

NLSF: Denver def. St. Louis 3-2, NY Giants def. Cincinnati 3-2

ALCS: Seattle def. Boston 4-3

NLCS: Denver def. NY Giants 4-2

WS: Denver def. Seattle 4-1

League Leaders

Batting Average - Wade Boggs (Denver) .418

Home Runs - Chris Smith (Atlanta) 45

RBI - Don Mattingly (Denver) 145

Stolen Bases - Miguel Dilone (Chicago Cubs) 50

OBP + Slugging % - Wade Boggs (Denver) 1.100

ERA - Sergio Del Rio (Oakland) 1.76

Wins - Alex Morin (Seattle) & David Wilson (Seattle) 22

Strikeouts - Tony Cari (Cincinnati) 236