1996 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 1996 MLB Season is the 96th Season for Major League Baseball

Top 32 Rookies Chosen for the Draft

Tony Fontana (RP) - Omaha Royals

Jeff Hebert (RF) - Indianapolis Rounderrs

Cliff Lee (SP) - Cleveland Buckeyes

Brandon Villafuerte (RP) - Miami Athletics

Jason Wright (RP) - Boston Beacons

Jason Bay (LF) - Pittsburgh Pirates

Seth Bobbitt (RP) - Havana Hurricanes

Orlando Espinal (RP) - Monterrey Bandits

Willy Lebron (RP) - Ottawa Lynx

Steve Lowe (SS) - Chicago Hitmen

Gil Meche (SP) - Seattle Pilots

Jesse Smith (RP) - San Francisco Seals

Byron Wilkerson (RP) - New York Yankees

Barry Zito (SP) - Oakland Panthers

Larry Alvarez (RP) - Miami Athletics

Greg Aquino (RP) - Arizona Diamondbacks

Milton Bradley (CF) - Montreal Expos

Paul Bush (RP) - Las Vegas Blackjack 21's

Justin Crowder (RP) - Montreal Expos

John Fagan (1B) - Iowa Oaks

Casey Fossum (SP) - Boston Red Sox

Travis Hughes (RP) - Dallas Rangers

Victor Martinez (3B) - Cleveland Buckeyes

Carlos Pena (1B) - Tampa Bay Rays

Brad Penny (SP) - Miami Athletics

Odalis Perez (RP) - Los Angeles Knights

Aaron Russelburg (SP) - Anaheim Amigos

Brian Scott (RP) - Oakland Panthers

Hisaki Tomioka (RP) - Denver Rockies

Mike Adams (RP) - Milwaukee Brewers

Ronnie Belliard (2B) - Milwaukee Brewers

John Birtwell (RP) - Los Angeles Knights

Standings

AL East: Boston Red Sox (93-67), New York Yankees (91-69), Toronto Blue Jays (82-78), Buffalo Bisons (82-78), Baltimore Orioles (75-85), Richmond Generals (74-86), Ottawa Lynx (58-102)

AL Central: Cleveland Buckeyes (109-51), Detroit Tigers (102-58), Kansas City Monarchs (96-64), Chicago White Sox (92-68), Chicago Hitmen (66-94), Iowa Oaks (63-97), Indianapolis Rounders (58-102)

AL South: Oklahoma City 89ers (97-63), Houston Astros (89-71), Dallas Rangers (87-73), Mexico City Diablos Rojos (84-76), Miami Athletics (71-89), New Orleans Pelicans (62-98), Monterrey Bandits (50-110)

AL West: Vancouver Mounties (100-60), Los Angeles Angels (96-64), Anaheim Amigos (81-79), Reno Silver Sox (78-82), Seattle Pilots (77-83), San Francisco Seals (71-89), Portland Beavers (56-104)

NL East: Brooklyn Dodgers (101-59), Philadelphia Phillies (96-64), Pittsburgh Pirates (95-65), Washington Nationals (94-66), Montreal Exposs (78-82), New York Giants (69-91), Boston Beacons (64-96)

NL North: Minnesota Twins (105-55), Chicago Cubs (96-64), Columbus Explorers (92-68), Milwaukee Brewers (81-79), Cincinnati Reds (77-83), Fargo Redhawks (73-87), Omaha Royals (50-110)

NL South: Charlotte Bobcats (101-59), St. Louis Cardinals (86-74), Birmingham Barons (80-80), Atlanta Braves (78-82), Tampa Bay Rays (73-87), San Antonio Missions (61-99), Havana Hurricanes (52-108)

NL West: Denver Rockies (92-68), Calgary Wranglers (83-77), Los Angeles Knights (81-79), San Diego Padres (80-80), Oakland Panthers (75-85), Las Vegas Blackjack 21's (70-90), Arizona Diamondbacks (57-103)

Playoffs

ALDS: Cleveland def. Boston 4-1, Oklahoma City def. Vancouver 4-3

NLDS: Minnesota def. Denver 4-2, Brooklyn def. Charlotte 4-3

ALCS: Oklahoma City def. Cleveland 4-3

NLCS: Minnesota def. Brooklyn 4-3

WS: Oklahoma City def. Minnesota 4-2

League Leaders

Batting Average - Aaron Morris (Denver) .412

Home Runs - Manny Ramirez (Cleveland) 55

RBI - Manny Ramirez (Cleveland) 174

Stolen Bases - Ray Holbert (Cleveland) 50

OBP + Slugging % - Hae-Yeong Ma (Denver) 1.137

ERA - Bobby Kidwell (Chicago Cubs) 2.55

Wins - Jason Crisco (Brooklyn) 22

Strikeouts - Michael Lynch (Vancouver) 304