1975 MLB Season in Review

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A high-level summary of the 1975 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
Danny Goodwin (California Angels)
All-Star Game
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1975 Major League Baseball Standings

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  • Playoff Team
  • American League East
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    123Boston Red SoxT - S - R - L1609565.594--79670987Lost World Series (Reds)1,748,5874Dick O'ConnellDarrell JohnsonFenway Park
    235Baltimore OriolesT - S - R - L1599069.5664.5682553129dnq1,002,15717Frank CashenEarl WeaverMemorial Stadium
    359New York YankeesT - S - R - L1608377.51912.068158893dnq1,288,0486Gabe Paul, Tal SmithBill Virdon, Billy MartinShea Stadium
    4613Cleveland IndiansT - S - R - L1597980.49715.5688703-15dnq977,03918Phil SeghiFrank RobinsonCleveland Stadium
    51121Milwaukee BrewersT - S - R - L1626894.42028.0675792-117dnq1,213,35710Jim BaumerDel Crandall, Harvey KuennCounty Stadium
    61224Detroit TigersT - S - R - L15957102.35837.5570786-216dnq1,058,83614Jim CampbellRalph HoukTiger Stadium
    American League West
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    112Oakland AthleticsT - S - R - L1629864.605--758606152Lost ALCS (Red Sox)1,075,51813Charlie FinleyAlvin DarkOakland-Alameda County Coliseum
    246Kansas City RoyalsT - S - R - L1629171.5627.071064961dnq1,151,83611Joe BurkeJack McKeon, Whitey HerzogRoyals Stadium
    3714Texas RangersT - S - R - L1627983.48819.0714733-19dnq1,127,92412Dan O'BrienBilly Martin, Frank LucchesiArlington Stadium
    4815Minnesota TwinsT - S - R - L1597683.47820.5724736-12dnq737,15622Calvin GriffithFrank QuiliciMetropolitan Stadium
    5916Chicago White SoxT - S - R - L1617586.46622.5655703-48dnq750,80221Roland HemondChuck TannerComiskey Park
    61019California AngelsT - S - R - L1617289.44725.5628723-95dnq1,058,16315Harry DaltonDick WilliamsAnaheim Stadium
    National League East
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    124Pittsburgh PiratesT - S - R - L1619269.571--712565147Lost NLCS (Reds)1,270,0189Joe BrownDanny MurtaughThree Rivers Stadium
    248Philadelphia PhilliesT - S - R - L1628676.5316.573569441dnq1,909,2333Paul OwensDanny OzarkVeterans Stadium
    3610New York MetsT - S - R - L1628280.50610.564662521dnq1,288,0486Joe McDonaldYogi Berra, Roy McMillanShea Stadium
    4511St. Louis CardinalsT - S - R - L1628280.50610.5662689-27dnq1,695,2705Bing DevineRed SchoendienstBusch Stadium II
    5817Montreal ExposT - S - R - L1627587.46317.5601690-89dnq908,29219Jim FanningGene MauchJarry Park
    6918Chicago CubsT - S - R - L1627587.46317.5712827-115dnq1,034,81916John HollandJim MarshallWrigley Field
    National League West
    RanklgRankmlbRankTeam NameLinksGWLWPctGBLRFRADiffPlayoffsAttendanceAtt RankGeneral ManagerManager NameBallpark
    111Cincinnati RedsT - S - R - L16210854.667--840586254Won World Series (Red Sox)2,315,6032Bob HowsamSparky AndersonRiverfront Stadium
    237Los Angeles DodgersT - S - R - L1628874.54320.0648534114dnq2,539,3491Al CampanisWalter AlstonDodger Stadium
    3712San Francisco GiantsT - S - R - L1618081.49727.5659671-12dnq522,91924Horace StonehamWes WestrumCandlestick Park
    41020San Diego PadresT - S - R - L1627191.43837.0552683-131dnq1,281,7478Buzzie BavasiJohn McNamaraSan Diego Stadium
    51122Atlanta BravesT - S - R - L1616794.41640.5583739-156dnq534,67223Eddie RobinsonClyde King, Connie RyanAtlanta Stadium
    61223Houston AstrosT - S - R - L1616497.39843.5664711-47dnq858,00220Spec RichardsonPreston Gomez, Bill VirdonAstrodome
    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