2017 MLB season (Jayverse)

From DifferentHistory Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

The 2017 MLB Season is the 117th Season for Major League Baseball

Top 22 Picks Chosen in the 2017 Rookie Draft

Brandon Marsh (CF) - Anaheim Amigos

Chris Varnerr (SP) - New York GIants

Hector Padron (CF) - Buffalo Bisons

Koji Okamoto (2B) - Anaheim Amigos

D'vone Dukes (SP) - Richmond Generals

Carlos Rodriguez (SP) - Baltimore Orioles

Mal Stacy (SP) - Calgary Wranglers

Gary Preston (SS) - Ottawa Lynx

Eric De La Rosa (CF) - Tampa Bay Rays

Alejandro Gomez (CF) - Atlanta Braves

Jorge Rivera (SP) - Omaha Royals

Cruz Rivera (SP) - Havana Hurricanes

Ismael Contreras (SS) - San Jose Condors

Juan Herrera (3B) - Birmingham Barons

Rich Kuhn (RF) - Pittsburgh Pirates

Danny Vega (3B) - Toronto Blue Jays

Raul Cabral (RF) - Omaha Royals

Jose Fuentes (3B) - Columbus Explorers

Maximiliano Bea (2B) - Indianapolis Rounders

Luis de la Rosa (C) - Kansas City Monarchs

David Maldonado (SS) - Birmingham Barons

Ben Coxson (SP) - Buffalo Bisons

Antonio Barajas (CF) - Columbus Explorers

Final Standings

AL East: New York Yankees (105-55), Baltimore Orioles (76-84), Boston Red Sox (75-85), Toronto Blue Jays (74-86), Quebec City Capitales (71-89), Richmond Generals (70-90), Buffalo Bisons (65-95), Ottawa Lynx (62-98)

AL Central: Cleveland Buckeyes (95-65), Iowa Oaks (87-73), Detroit Tigers (86-74), Chicago Hitmen (84-76), St. Louis Showboats (81-79), Indianapolis Rounders (79-81), Kansas City Monarchs (73-87)

AL South: Houston Astors (97-63), MiamI Athletics (92-68), Oklahoma City 89errs (92-68), Nashville Jukes (84-76), Mexico City Diablos Rojos (83-77), Monterrey Bandits (82-78), New Orleans Pelicans (77-83), Dallas Rangers (77-83)

AL West: San Francisco Seals (94-66), Los Angeles Angels (83-77), Seattle Pilots (80-80), Portland Beavers (78-82), Vancouver Mounties (75-85), San Jose Condors (73-87), Reno Silver Sox (69-91), Anaheim Amigos (59-101)

NL East: Boston Beacons (90-70), Brooklyn Dodgers (80-80), Hamilton Hammers (80-80), Washington Nationals (78-82), Pittsburgh Pirates (77-83) Philadelphia Phillies (77-83), New York Giants (76-84), Montreal Expo (60-100)

NL North: Milwaukee Brewers (101-59), Minnesota Twins (99-61), Chicago Cubs (98-62), Omaha Royals (88-72), Cincinnati Reds (83-77), Columbus Explorers (75-85), Fargo RedHawks (72-88), Toledo Mud Hens (70-90)

NL South: Charlotte Bobcats (97-63), San Antonio Missions (89-71), Havana Hurricanes (86-74), St. Louis Cardinals (74-86), San Juan Raiders (73-87), Atlanta Braves (73-87), Birmingham Barons (67-93), Tampa Bay Rays (60-100)

NL West: Los Angeles Knights (94-66), Oakland Panthers (91-69), Las Vegas Blackjack 21's (90-70), San Diego Padres (82-78), Salt Lake City Bees (74-86), Denver Rockies (73-87), Calgary Wranglers (67-93), Arizona Diamondbacks (66-94)

Playoffs

ALDS: NY Yankees def. San Francico 4-2, Cleveland def. Houston 4-0

NLDS: Boston Beacons def. Milwaukee 4-3, LA Knights def. Charlotte 4-0

ALCS: Cleveland def. NY Yankees 4-1

NLCS: Boston Beacons def. LA Knights 4-3

WS: Cleveland def. Boston Beacons 4-2

League Leaders

Batting Average - Andy D'Alessio (Monterrey) .367

Home Runs - Chris Dennis (Milwaukee) 70

RBI - Hunter Dozier (Charlotte) 171

Stolen Bases - Arby Fields (Minnesota) & Daniel Woodrow (Minnesota) 31

OBP + Slugging % - Andy D'Alessio (Monterrey) 1.25

ERA - Kenneth Durst (Miami) 2.38

Wins - Alejandro Perales (Milwaukee) & James Sunder (Omaha) 18

Strikeouts - James Gillheeney (St. Louis Showboats) 305