1969 MLB Season in Review

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A high-level summary of the 1969 Major League Baseball Season. The page includes standings, team totals and leaderboards. There is a lot more information on the season in various sub-sections such as the player register, team pages and boxscore-related pages.
Season Information
World Series Champions
Runner Up
Most Valuable Players
Cy Young Winners
Rookies of the Year
Managers of the Year
#1 Draft Pick
Burroughs Jeff (Washington Senators)
All-Star Game
Washington,District of Columbia
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1969 Major League Baseball Standings

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  • Playoff Team
  • American League East
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    111Baltimore OriolesT - S - R - L16210953.673--779517262Lost World Series (Mets)1,062,06912Harry DaltonEarl WeaverMemorial Stadium
    237Detroit TigersT - S - R - L1629072.55619.0701601100dnq1,577,4816Jim CampbellMayo SmithTiger Stadium
    3511Boston Red SoxT - S - R - L1628775.53722.07437367dnq1,833,2462Dick O'ConnellDick Williams, Eddie PopowskiFenway Park
    4613Washington Senators IIT - S - R - L1628676.53123.069464450dnq918,10614Bob ShortTed WilliamsRFK Memorial Stadium
    5716New York YankeesT - S - R - L1618081.49728.5562587-25dnq1,067,99611Lee MacPhailRalph HoukYankee Stadium I
    61222Cleveland IndiansT - S - R - L1616299.38546.5573717-144dnq619,97021Gabe PaulAlvin DarkCleveland Municipal Stadium
    American League West
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    123Minnesota TwinsT - S - R - L1629765.599--790618172Lost ALCS (Orioles)1,349,3289Calvin GriffithBilly MartinMetropolitan Stadium
    2410Oakland AthleticsT - S - R - L1628874.5439.074067862dnq778,23217Charlie FinleyHank Bauer, John McNamaraOakland-Alameda County Coliseum
    3817California AngelsT - S - R - L1627191.43826.0528652-124dnq758,38819Dick WalshLefty Phillips, Bill RigneyAnaheim Stadium
    4918Kansas City RoyalsT - S - R - L1626993.42628.0586688-102dnq902,41415Cedric TallisJoe GordonMunicipal Stadium
    51019Chicago White SoxT - S - R - L1626894.42029.0625723-98dnq589,54622Ed ShortDon Gutteridge, Al LopezComiskey Park
    61120Seattle PilotsT - S - R - L1626498.39533.0639799-160dnq677,94420Marvin MilkesJoe Schultz---
    National League East
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    112New York MetsT - S - R - L16210062.617--63254191Won World Series (Orioles)2,175,3731Johnny MurphyGil HodgesShea Stadium
    235Chicago CubsT - S - R - L1629270.5688.0720611109dnq1,674,9935John HollandLeo DurocherWrigley Field
    369Pittsburgh PiratesT - S - R - L1628874.54312.072565273dnq769,36918Joe BrownLarry Shepard, Alex GrammasForbes Field
    4712St. Louis CardinalsT - S - R - L1628775.53713.059554055dnq1,682,7834Bing DevineRed SchoendienstBusch Stadium II
    51021Philadelphia PhilliesT - S - R - L1626399.38937.0645745-100dnq519,41423John QuinnBob Skinner, George MyattConnie Mack Stadium
    61223Montreal ExposT - S - R - L16252110.32148.0582791-209dnq1,212,60810Jim FanningGene MauchJarry Park
    National League West
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    124Atlanta BravesT - S - R - L1629369.574--69163160Lost NLCS (Mets)1,458,3207Paul RichardsLum HarrisAtlanta Stadium
    246San Francisco GiantsT - S - R - L1629072.5563.071363677dnq873,60316Chub Feeney, Horace StonehamClyde KingCandlestick Park
    358Cincinnati RedsT - S - R - L1628973.5494.079876830dnq987,99113Bob HowsamDave BristolCrosley Field
    4814Los Angeles DodgersT - S - R - L1628577.5258.064556184dnq1,784,5273Al CampanisWalter AlstonDodger Stadium
    5915Houston AstrosT - S - R - L1628181.50012.06766688dnq1,442,9958Spec RichardsonHarry WalkerAstrodome
    61124San Diego PadresT - S - R - L16252110.32141.0468746-278dnq512,97024Buzzie BavasiPreston GomezSan Diego Stadium
    24 record(s)
    Rank If team context, indicates Divisional Rank LgRank Rank within a League. For MLB, refers to AL or NL MLBRank Rank in all of Major League Baseball for the season Team Name Contextual to the grid but usually self-evident. Draft = Drafted team. G Games Played (or Pitched) W Wins (Pitcher or Team) L Losses (Pitcher or Team) WPct Winning Percentage (W/(W+L)) GBL Games behind leader. ((Team A Wins-Team B Wins) + (Team A Losses-Team B Losses))/2 RF Runs For RA Runs Against Diff Run Differential. RF-RA Playoffs Playoff participation description. Attendance Number of people paying for tickets for games Att Rank Attendance rank within the league Ballpark Team or School's ballpark for the season