1973 MLB Season in Review

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A high-level summary of the 1973 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
David Clyde (Texas Rangers)
All-Star Game
Kansas City,Missouri
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1973 Major League Baseball Standings

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  • Playoff Team
  • American League East
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    112Baltimore OriolesT - S - R - L1629765.599--754561193Lost ALCS (Athletics)958,66718Frank CashenEarl WeaverMemorial Stadium
    235Boston Red SoxT - S - R - L1628973.5498.073864791dnq1,481,0026Dick O'ConnellEddie Kasko, Eddie PopowskiFenway Park
    358Detroit TigersT - S - R - L1628577.52512.0642674-32dnq1,724,1464Jim CampbellBilly Martin, Joe SchultzTiger Stadium
    4714New York YankeesT - S - R - L1628082.49417.064161031dnq1,262,10313Lee MacPhailRalph HoukYankee Stadium I
    51020Milwaukee BrewersT - S - R - L1627488.45723.0708731-23dnq1,092,15815Jim WilsonDel CrandallCounty Stadium
    61121Cleveland IndiansT - S - R - L1627191.43826.0680826-146dnq615,10723Phil SeghiKen AspromonteCleveland Municipal Stadium
    American League West
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    124Oakland AthleticsT - S - R - L1629468.580--758615143Won World Series (Mets)1,000,76317Charlie FinleyDick WilliamsOakland-Alameda County Coliseum
    247Kansas City RoyalsT - S - R - L1628874.5436.07557523dnq1,345,34110Cedric TallisJack McKeonRoyals Stadium
    3612Minnesota TwinsT - S - R - L1628181.50013.073869246dnq907,49919Calvin GriffithFrank QuiliciMetropolitan Stadium
    4815California AngelsT - S - R - L1627983.48815.0629657-28dnq1,058,20616Harry DaltonBobby WinklesAnaheim Stadium
    5918Chicago White SoxT - S - R - L1627785.47517.0652705-53dnq1,302,52712Roland Hemond, Stu HolcombChuck TannerComiskey Park
    61224Texas RangersT - S - R - L16257105.35237.0619844-225dnq686,08522Joe BurkeWhitey Herzog, Billy Martin, Del WilberArlington Stadium
    National League East
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    149New York MetsT - S - R - L1618279.509--60858820Lost World Series (Athletics)1,912,3903Bob ScheffingYogi BerraShea Stadium
    2611St. Louis CardinalsT - S - R - L1628181.5001.564360340dnq1,574,0465Bing DevineRed SchoendienstBusch Stadium II
    3713Pittsburgh PiratesT - S - R - L1628082.4942.570469311dnq1,319,91311Joe BrownBill Virdon, Danny MurtaughThree Rivers Stadium
    4816Montreal ExposT - S - R - L1627983.4883.5668702-34dnq1,246,86314Jim FanningGene MauchJarry Park
    5917Chicago CubsT - S - R - L1617784.4785.0614655-41dnq1,351,7059John HollandWhitey LockmanWrigley Field
    61122Philadelphia PhilliesT - S - R - L1627191.43811.5642717-75dnq1,475,9347Paul OwensDanny OzarkVeterans Stadium
    National League West
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    111Cincinnati RedsT - S - R - L1629963.611--741621120Lost NLCS (Mets)2,017,6012Bob HowsamSparky AndersonRiverfront Stadium
    223Los Angeles DodgersT - S - R - L1619566.5903.5675565110dnq2,136,1921Al CampanisWalter AlstonDodger Stadium
    336San Francisco GiantsT - S - R - L1628874.54311.073970237dnq834,19320Horace StonehamCharlie FoxCandlestick Park
    4510Houston AstrosT - S - R - L1628280.50617.06816729dnq1,394,0048Spec RichardsonLeo DurocherAstrodome
    51019Atlanta BravesT - S - R - L1617685.47222.579977425dnq800,65521Eddie RobinsonEddie MathewsAtlanta Stadium
    61223San Diego PadresT - S - R - L16260102.37039.0548770-222dnq611,82624Buzzie BavasiDon ZimmerSan 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