1983 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 1983 MLB Season is the 83rd Season for Major League Baseball

Top 30 Rookies Being Chosen

Geronimo Berroa (CF) - Toronto Blue Jays

Kevin Brown (SP) - Dallas Rangers

Roger Clemens (SP) - Boston Red Sox

Rick Davis (RP) - Las Vegas Blackjack 21's

DJ Dozier (SS) - New York Giants

Steven FInken (3B) - San Antonio Missions

Tim Fortugno (RP) - Milwaukee Brewers

Chris George (RP) - Milwaukee Brewers

Erik Hanson (SP) - Seattle Pilots

Milt Hill (RP) - Cincinnati Reds

Jim Hudson (SP) - Fargo Redhawks

Felix Jose (RF) - Oakland Panthers

Bill Ostermeyer (1B) - Detroit Tigers

Ramon Pena (RP) - Montreal Expos

Dylan Porter (SP) - Mexico City Diablos Rojos

Jose Rijo (SP) - Cincinnati Reds

David Rolls (C) - Oklahoma City 89ers

Ed Beuerlein (C) - San Diego Padres

Mike Blowers (3B) - Seattle Pilots

Daniel Chase (SP) - Buffalo Bisons

Mark Chasey (1B) - Birmingham Barons

Joel Davis (SP) - Chicago White Sox

German Gonzalez (RP) - Minnesota Twins

Mark Guthrie (RP) - Minnesota Twins

Orlando Hernandez (SP) - New York Yankees

Chris Hoiles (C) - Baltimore Orioles

Takeshi Ishii (RP) - Philadelphia Phillies

Ray Mansfield (RP) - Miami Athletics

Alan McKay (RP) - Detroit Tigers

Ray Mullino (RP) - Pittsburgh Pirates

Final Standings

AL East: Boston Red Sox (101-59), Toronto Blue Jays (76-84), New York Yankees (72-88), Baltimore Orioles (72-88), Richmond Generals (68-92), Buffalo Bisons (58-102)

AL Central: Chicago White Sox (115-45), Cleveland Buckeyes (101-59), Detroit Tigers (79-81), Kansas CIty Monarchs (76-84), Chicago Hitmen (66-94), Iowa Oaks (64-96)

AL South: Oklahoma City 89ers (95-65), Miami Athletics (92-68), New Orleans Pelicans (90-70), Dallas Rangers (86-74), Mexico City Diablos Rojos (78-82), Houston Astros (75-85)

AL West: Seattle Pilots (102-58), San Francisco Seals (101-59), Los Angeles Angels (84-76), Portland Beavers (60-100), Vancouver Mounties (55-105), Reno Silver Sox (54-106)

NL East: Philadelphia Phillies (100-60), New York Giants (93-67), Washington National (90-70), Brooklyn Dodgers (83-77), Pittsburgh Pirates (73-87), Montreal Expo (58-102)

NL North: Cincinnati Reds (100-60), Chicago Cubs (97-63), Fargo RedHawks (89-71), Minnesota Twins (87-73), Milwaukee Brewers (85-75), Columbus Explorers (80-80

NL South: Atlanta Braves (91-69), Charlotte Bobcats (86-74), St. Louis Cardinals (74-86), Birmingham Barons (65-95), Tampa Bay Rays (59-101), San Antonio Missions (52-108)

NL West: Los Angeles Knights (89-71), Oakland Panthers (83-77), San Diego Padres (79-81), Denver Rockies (79-81), Las Vegas Blackjack 21's (75-85), Calgary Wranglers (53-107)

Playoffs

ALSF: Oklahoma City def. Chicago WS 3-0, Boston def. Seattle 3-0

NLSF: Philadelphia def. LA Knights 3-2, Cincinnati def. Atlanta 3-0

ALCS: Oklahoma City def. Boston 4-2

NLCS: Philadelphia def. Cincinnati 4-3

WS: Philadelphia def. Oklahoma City 4-3

League Leaders

Batting Average - Wade Boggs (Denver) .382

Home Runs - John Mayberry Sr. (Milwaukee) 40

RBI - Jack Pierce (Chicago Cubs) 138

Stolen Bases - Bobby Brown (NY Yankees) 43

OBP + Slugging % - Karl Pagel (Chicago Cubs) 1.027

ERA - Danny Buentello (NY Giants) 1.84

Wins - Bill Singer (Seattle), Bud Anderson (Philadelphia) & Michael Sassone (Charlotte) 22

Strikeouts - Tony Cari (Cincinnati) 244