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A high-level summary of the 1985 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
Season
1985
World Series Champions
Runner Up
Most Valuable Players
Cy Young Winners
Rookies of the Year
Managers of the Year
#1 Draft Pick
B.J. Surhoff (Milwaukee Brewers)
All-Star Game
Minneapolis,Minnesota
Teams
26
Players
Attendance
Payroll
$0
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1985 Major League Baseball Standings

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  • Playoff Team
  • American League East
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    112Toronto Blue JaysT - S - R - L1619962.615--759588171Lost ALCS (Royals)2,468,9255Pat GillickBobby CoxExhibition Stadium
    224New York YankeesT - S - R - L1619764.6022.0839660179dnq2,214,5877Clyde KingBilly Martin, Yogi BerraYankee Stadium I
    3610Detroit TigersT - S - R - L1618477.52215.072968841dnq2,286,6096Bill LajoieSparky AndersonTiger Stadium
    4712Baltimore OriolesT - S - R - L1618378.51616.081876454dnq2,132,38711Hank PetersEarl Weaver, Joe Altobelli, Cal RipkenMemorial Stadium
    5815Boston Red SoxT - S - R - L1628181.50018.580072080dnq1,786,63314Lou GormanJohn McNamaraFenway Park
    61221Milwaukee BrewersT - S - R - L1617190.44128.0690802-112dnq1,360,26518Harry DaltonGeorge BambergerCounty Stadium
    71425Cleveland IndiansT - S - R - L16260102.37039.5729861-132dnq655,18126Phil SeghiPat CorralesCleveland Stadium
    American League West
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    136Kansas City RoyalsT - S - R - L1629171.562--68763948Won World Series (Cardinals)2,162,7179John SchuerholzDick HowserRoyals Stadium
    247California AngelsT - S - R - L1629072.5561.073270329dnq2,567,4274Mike PortGene MauchAnaheim Stadium
    359Chicago White SoxT - S - R - L1628577.5256.073672016dnq1,669,88815Roland HemondTony La RussaComiskey Park
    41017Minnesota TwinsT - S - R - L1627785.47514.0705782-77dnq1,651,81416Howard FoxRay Miller, Billy GardnerHubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
    5918Oakland AthleticsT - S - R - L1627785.47514.0757787-30dnq1,334,59920Sandy AldersonJackie MooreOakland-Alameda County Coliseum
    61120Seattle MarinersT - S - R - L1627488.45717.0719818-99dnq1,128,69622Hal KellerChuck CottierThe Kingdome
    71323Texas RangersT - S - R - L1616299.38528.5617785-168dnq1,112,49723Tom GrieveBobby Valentine, Doug RaderArlington Stadium
    National League East
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    111St. Louis CardinalsT - S - R - L16210161.623--747572175Lost World Series (Cardinals)2,637,5633Dal MaxvillWhitey HerzogBusch Stadium II
    223New York MetsT - S - R - L1629864.6053.0695568127dnq2,761,6012Frank CashenDavey JohnsonShea Stadium
    3511Montreal ExposT - S - R - L1618477.52216.5633636-3dnq1,502,49417Murray CookBuck RodgersOlympic Stadium
    4816Chicago CubsT - S - R - L1617784.47823.5686729-43dnq2,161,53410Dallas GreenJim FreyWrigley Field
    5919Philadelphia PhilliesT - S - R - L1627587.46326.0667673-6dnq1,830,35013Bill GilesJohn FelskeVeterans Stadium
    61226Pittsburgh PiratesT - S - R - L16157104.35443.5568708-140dnq735,90025Hardy PetersonChuck TannerThree Rivers Stadium
    National League West
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    135Los Angeles DodgersT - S - R - L1629567.586--682579103Lost NLCS (Cardinals)3,264,5931Al CampanisTom LasordaDodger Stadium
    248Cincinnati RedsT - S - R - L1618972.5535.567766611dnq1,834,61912Bill BergeschPete RoseRiverfront Stadium
    3613San Diego PadresT - S - R - L1628379.51212.065062228dnq2,210,3528Jack McKeonDick WilliamsJack Murphy Stadium
    4714Houston AstrosT - S - R - L1628379.51212.070669115dnq1,184,31421Al RosenBob LillisAstrodome
    51022Atlanta BravesT - S - R - L1626696.40729.0632781-149dnq1,350,13719John MullenEddie Haas, Bobby WineAtlanta-Fulton County Stadium
    61124San Francisco GiantsT - S - R - L16262100.38333.0556674-118dnq818,69724Tom HallerJim Davenport, Roger CraigCandlestick Park
    26 record(s)
    Glossary:
    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