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MLB Draft 2020


The 2019 Major League Baseball (MLB) First-Year Player Draft will occur in June 2019. The draft will allot beginner baseball players to MLB groups. The draft request will be set dependent on the switch request of the 2018 MLB season standings. Furthermore, remuneration picks will be circulated for players who did not sign from the 2018 MLB Draft and for groups who lose qualifying free specialists. The main day of the draft will be communicated by MLB Network from their studios in Secaucus, New Jersey.

With the most exceedingly awful record in the 2018 MLB season, the Baltimore Orioles will get the principal by and large pick. The Atlanta Braves will get the ninth generally speaking pick as pay for neglecting to sign Carter Stewart. The Arizona Diamondbacks will get the 26th by and large pick as remuneration for neglecting to sign Matt McLain. The Los Angeles Dodgers will get the 31st in general pick as pay for not marking J. T. Ginn. The Pittsburgh Pirates will get the 37th in general pick for neglecting to sign Gunnar Hoglund. Because of outperforming the extravagance charge limit by over $40 million, the Boston Red Sox first round pick will drop 10 puts down in the draft.

2019 Major League Baseball draft
General information
Date(s) June 2019
Location Secaucus, New Jersey
Network(s) MLB Network
Overview
TBD total selections
First selection Baltimore Orioles
First round selections TBD

Top prospects

Ranking Player Position School
1 Adley Rutschman Catcher Oregon State
2 Bobby Witt Jr. Shortstop Colleyville Heritage High School (TX)
3 Andrew Vaughn First baseman California
4 Shea Langeliers Catcher Baylor
5 CJ Abrams Shortstop Blessed Trinity Catholic High School (GA)
6 Josh Jung Third baseman Texas Tech
7 Carter Stewart Pitcher Eastern Florida State College
8 Riley Greene Outfielder Hagerty High School (FL)
9 Graeme Stinson Pitcher Duke
10 Brennan Malone Pitcher Porter Ridge High School (NC)
11 Kameron Misner Outfielder Missouri
12 Bryson Stott Shortstop UNLV
13 Daniel Espino Pitcher Georgia Premier Academy (GA)
14 Corbin Carroll Outfielder Lakeside School (WA)
15 Zack Thompson Pitcher Kentucky
16 Nick Lodolo Pitcher TCU
17 Matthew Allan Pitcher Seminole High School (FL)
18 Jerrion Ealy Outfielder Jackson Prep (MS)
19 Spencer Jones Pitcher / First baseman La Costa Canyon High School (CA)
20 Jack Leiter Pitcher Delbarton School (NJ)
21 Braden Shewmake Shortstop Texas A&M
22 Will Holland Shortstop Auburn
23 Rece Hinds Third baseman Niceville High School (FL)
24 J.J. Bleday Outfielder Vanderbilt
25 Michael Busch First baseman North Carolina
26 Matt Wallner Outfielder Southern Miss
27 Maurice Hampton Outfielder Memphis University School (TN)
28 Will Wilson Shortstop NC State
29 Logan Davidson Shortstop Clemson
30 Tyler Dyson Pitcher Florida
31 Brett Baty Third baseman Lake Travis High School (TX)
32 Matthew Lugo Shortstop Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy (PR)
33 Tyler Callihan Third baseman Providence School (FL)
34 Kyle Stowers Outfielder Stanford
35 Ryne Nelson Pitcher Oregon
36 Matthew Thompson Pitcher Cypress Ranch High School (TX)
37 Hunter Barco Pitcher Bolles School (FL)
38 Alek Manoah Pitcher West Virginia
39 George Kirby Pitcher Elon
40 Chase Strumpf Second baseman UCLA
41 Brooks Lee Shortstop San Luis Obispo High School (CA)
42 Mike Toglia First baseman / Outfielder UCLA
43 Erik Miller Pitcher Stanford
44 J.J. Goss Pitcher Cypress Ranch High School (TX)
45 Logan Wyatt First baseman Louisville
46 Riley Cornelio Pitcher Pine Creek High School (CO)
47 Drew Mendoza Third baseman Florida State
48 Will Robertson Outfielder Creighton
49 Nasim Nunez Shortstop Collins Hill High School (GA)
50 Sammy Siani Outfielder William Penn Charter School (PA)

First round selections

Key
* Player did not sign
Pick Player Team Position School
1 Baltimore Orioles
2 Kansas City Royals
3 Chicago White Sox
4 Miami Marlins
5 Detroit Tigers
6 San Diego Padres
7 Cincinnati Reds
8 Texas Rangers
9 Atlanta Braves[Compensation 1]
10 San Francisco Giants
11 Toronto Blue Jays
12 New York Mets
13 Minnesota Twins
14 Philadelphia Phillies
15 Los Angeles Angels
16 Arizona Diamondbacks
17 Washington Nationals
18 Pittsburgh Pirates
19 St. Louis Cardinals
20 Seattle Mariners
21 Atlanta Braves
22 Tampa Bay Rays
23 Colorado Rockies
24 Cleveland Indians
25 Los Angeles Dodgers
26 Arizona Diamondbacks[Compensation 2]
27 Chicago Cubs
28 Milwaukee Brewers
29 Oakland Athletics
30 New York Yankees
31 Los Angeles Dodgers[Compensation 3]
32 Houston Astros

Compensatory Round

Pick Player Team Position School
33 Arizona Diamondbacks[Compensation 4]
34 Arizona Diamondbacks[Compensation 5]

Competitive Balance Round A

Pick Player Team Position School
35 Miami Marlins
36 Tampa Bay Rays
37 Pittsburgh Pirates[Compensation 6]
38 New York Yankees[Trades 1]
39 Tampa Bay Rays[Trades 2]
40 Texas Rangers[Trades 3]
41 Minnesota Twins

2018 MLB Draft

The 2018 Major League Baseball (MLB) First-Year Player Draft started on June 4, 2018. The draft allocated novice baseball players to MLB groups. The draft arrange was resolved in view of the turn around request of the 2017 MLB season last standings. Likewise, remuneration picks were conveyed for players who did not sign from the 2017 MLB Draft and for groups who lose qualifying free specialists. The initial 43 picks, including the first round and compensatory picks, were communicated by MLB Network on June 4.

With a tie for the most exceedingly bad record in the 2017 MLB season at 64– 98, the Detroit Tigers got the main general pick in front of the San Francisco Giants through a sudden death round. The Detroit Tigers chose Casey Mize with the principal general pick in the draft. There were an aggregate of 40 adjusts in the draft, with 1,214 players chose.

Date(s) June 4–6, 2018
Location Secaucus, New Jersey
Network(s) (US) MLB Network
Picks
First selection Casey Mize, Detroit Tigers
Overall selections 1,214

First round selections

* Player did not sign
Pick Player Team Position School
1 Casey Mize Detroit Tigers Pitcher Auburn
2 Joey Bart San Francisco Giants Catcher Georgia Tech
3 Alec Bohm Philadelphia Phillies Third baseman Wichita State
4 Nick Madrigal Chicago White Sox Shortstop Oregon State
5 Jonathan India Cincinnati Reds Third baseman Florida
6 Jarred Kelenic New York Mets Outfielder Waukesha West High School (WI)
7 Ryan Weathers San Diego Padres Pitcher Loretto High School (TN)
8 Carter Stewart* Atlanta Braves Pitcher Eau Gallie High School (FL)
9 Kyler Murray Oakland Athletics Outfielder Oklahoma
10 Travis Swaggerty Pittsburgh Pirates Outfielder South Alabama
11 Grayson Rodriguez Baltimore Orioles Pitcher Central Heights High School (TX)
12 Jordan Groshans Toronto Blue Jays Shortstop Magnolia High School (TX)
13 Connor Scott Miami Marlins Outfielder Plant High School (FL)
14 Logan Gilbert Seattle Mariners Pitcher Stetson
15 Cole Winn Texas Rangers Pitcher Orange Lutheran High School (CA)
16 Matthew Liberatore Tampa Bay Rays Pitcher Mountain Ridge High School (AZ)
17 Jordyn Adams Los Angeles Angels Outfielder Green Hope High School (NC)
18 Brady Singer Kansas City Royals Pitcher Florida
19 Nolan Gorman St. Louis Cardinals Third baseman Sandra Day O’Connor High School (AZ)
20 Trevor Larnach Minnesota Twins Outfielder Oregon State
21 Brice Turang Milwaukee Brewers Shortstop Santiago High School (CA)
22 Ryan Rolison Colorado Rockies Pitcher Ole Miss
23 Anthony Seigler New York Yankees Catcher Cartersville High School (GA)
24 Nico Hoerner Chicago Cubs Shortstop Stanford
25 Matt McLain* Arizona Diamondbacks Shortstop Beckman High School (CA)
26 Triston Casas Boston Red Sox Infielder American Heritage School (FL)
27 Mason Denaburg Washington Nationals Pitcher Merritt Island High School (FL)
28 Seth Beer Houston Astros Outfielder Clemson
29 Noah Naylor Cleveland Indians Catcher St. Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School
30 J. T. Ginn* Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher Brandon High School (MS)

Compensatory Round

Pick Player Team Position School
31 Shane McClanahan Tampa Bay Rays[Compensation 1] Pitcher South Florida
32 Nick Schnell Tampa Bay Rays[Compensation 2] Outfielder Roncalli High School (IN)
33 Jackson Kowar Kansas City Royals[Compensation 3] Pitcher Florida
34 Daniel Lynch Kansas City Royals[Compensation 4] Pitcher Virginia
35 Ethan Hankins Cleveland Indians[Compensation 5] Pitcher Forsyth Central High School (GA)

Competitive Balance Round A

Pick Player Team Position School
36 Gunnar Hoglund* Pittsburgh Pirates Pitcher Fivay High School (FL)
37 Cadyn Grenier Baltimore Orioles Shortstop Oregon State
38 Xavier Edwards San Diego Padres Shortstop North Broward Preparatory School (FL)
39 Jake McCarthy Arizona Diamondbacks Outfielder Virginia
40 Kris Bubic Kansas City Royals Pitcher Stanford
41 Lenny Torres Cleveland Indians Pitcher Beacon High School (NY)
42 Grant Lavigne Colorado Rockies First baseman Bedford High School (NH)
43 Griffin Roberts St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Wake Forest

Other Notable Selections

Round Pick Player Team Position School
2 44 Parker Meadows Detroit Tigers Outfielder Grayson High School (GA)
2 45 Sean Hjelle San Francisco Giants Pitcher Kentucky
2 46 Steele Walker Chicago White Sox Outfielder Oklahoma
2 52 Griffin Conine Toronto Blue Jays Outfielder Duke
2 56 Tyler Frank Tampa Bay Rays Shortstop Florida Atlantic
2 65 Tim Cate Washington Nationals Pitcher Connecticut
2 67 Nick Sandlin Cleveland Indians Pitcher Southern Miss
B 70 Jeremy Eierman Oakland Athletics Shortstop Missouri State
B 71 Tanner Dodson Tampa Bay Rays Outfielder California
2C 76 Luken Baker St. Louis Cardinals[Compensation 6] First baseman Texas Christian
3 79 Kody Clemens Detroit Tigers Second baseman Texas
3 81 Konnor Pilkington Chicago White Sox Pitcher Mississippi State
3 82 Bren Spillane Cincinnati Reds Outfielder Illinois
3 87 Blaine Knight Baltimore Orioles Pitcher Arkansas
3 89 Tristan Pompey Miami Marlins Outfielder Kentucky
3 100 Durbin Feltman Boston Red Sox Pitcher TCU
4 107 Colton Eastman Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Cal State Fullerton
4 112 Tristan Beck Atlanta Braves Pitcher Stanford
4 123 Steven Gingery St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Texas Tech
4 125 Aaron Ashby Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher Crowder College
4 132 Alex McKenna Houston Astros Outfielder Cal Poly
6 185 Drew Rasmussen Milwaukee Brewers Pitcher Oregon State
7 204 Brett Kinneman Pittsburgh Pirates Outfielder NC State
8 233 J. J. Schwarz Oakland Athletics Catcher Florida
12 370 Chase Shugart Boston Red Sox Pitcher Texas
15 450 Nick Sprengel Tampa Bay Rays Pitcher San Diego
32 969 Austin Bergner Arizona Diamondbacks Pitcher North Carolina
38 1146 Kumar Rocker* Colorado Rockies Pitcher North Oconee High School (GA)
39 1169 Shea Patterson Texas Rangers Third baseman Michigan
40 1210 Zach Watson* Boston Red Sox Outfielder LSU

MLB Free Agents

Player Position Age
Ben Zobrist RF 34
Jordan Zimmermann SP 29
Chris Young CF 32
Chris Young RP 36
Eric Young Jr. CF 30
Wesley Wright RP 30
Blake Wood RP 30
Randy Wolf SP 39
Jerome Williams SP 33
Ryan Webb RP 29
Chien-Ming Wang SP 35
Ryan Vogelsong RP 38
Carlos Villanueva RP 32
Shane Victorino RF 34
Will Venable CF 33
Anthony Varvaro RP 31
Chase Utley 2B 36
Juan Uribe 3B 36
Justin Upton LF 28
Dan Uggla 2B 35
Wilfredo Tovar 2B 24
Matt Thornton RP 39
Aaron Thompson RP 28
Joe Thatcher RP 34
Taylor Teagarden C 31
Everett Teaford RP 31
Drew Stubbs CF 31
Tim Stauffer RP 33
Denard Span CF 31
Geovany Soto C 32
Joakim Soria RP 31
Travis Snider RF 27
Grady Sizemore RF 33
Tony Sipp RP 32
Alfredo Simon SP 34
Marco Scutaro 2B 40
Luke Scott DH 37
Skip Schumaker LF 35
Joe Saunders SP 34
Sergio Santos CL 32
Angel Sanchez SS 32
Jeff Samardzija SP 30
Jarrod Saltalamacchia C 30
Josh Rutledge SS 26
James Russell RP 29
Justin Ruggiano RF 33
Wilin Rosario 1B 26
Jamie Romak RF 30
Jimmy Rollins SS 37
Wandy Rodriguez RP 36
Sean Rodriguez 2B 30
Fernando Rodney RP 38
Shane Robinson CF 31
Alex Rios RF 34
Antoan Richardson RF 32
Clayton Richard RP 32
Jo-Jo Reyes SP 31
Nolan Reimold LF 32
Anthony Recker C 32
Cody Ransom 3B 39
Alexei Ramirez SS 34
Ryan Raburn LF 34
Humberto Quintero C 36
Carlos Quentin LF 33
Chad Qualls RP 37
Nick Punto SS 38
Jason Pridie RF 32
David Price SP 30
Landon Powell C 33
A.J. Pierzynski C 38
Oliver Perez RP 34
Hernan Perez 2B 24
Joel Peralta RP 39
Brad Penny SP 37
Cliff Pennington SS 31
Brayan Pena C 33
Mike Pelfrey SP 31
Steven Pearce DH 32
Felipe Paulino SP 32
David Pauley SP 32
Manny Parra RP 33
Gerardo Parra RF 28
Bobby Parnell RP 31
Ross Ohlendorf RP 33
Alexi Ogando RP 32
Eric O’Flaherty RP 30
Darren O’Day RP 33
Bud Norris RP 30
Jayson Nix 2B 33
Dioner Navarro DH 31
Daniel Nava RF 32
Joe Nathan RP 41
Chris Narveson RP 33
Mike Napoli 1B 34
Donnie Murphy 3B 32
David Murphy DH 34
Daniel Murphy 2B 30
Edward Mujica RP 31
Jason Motte RP 33
Brandon Morrow SP 31
Justin Morneau 1B 34
Franklin Morales RP 29
Adam Moore C 31
Corky Miller C 39
Nate McLouth LF 34
Michael McKenry C 30
Dustin McGowan RP 33
Casey McGehee 3B 33
Brian Matusz RP 28
Jeff Mathis C 32
Michael Martinez 2B 33
Sean Marshall RP 33
Carlos Marmol RP 33
Shaun Marcum SP 33
Ryan Madson RP 35
Jean Machi RP 33
Cory Luebke SP 30
Mark Lowe RP 32
Kyle Lohse SP 37
Radhames Liz RP 32
Brad Lincoln RP 30
Tim Lincecum SP 31
Colby Lewis SP 36
Cliff Lee SP 37
C.C. Lee RP 29
Mike Leake SP 28
Mat Latos SP 27
John Lackey SP 37
Erik Kratz C 35
George Kottaras C 32
Casey Kotchman 1B 32
Logan Kensing RP 33
Ian Kennedy SP 30
Kyle Kendrick SP 31
Howie Kendrick 2B 32
Don Kelly CF 35
Shawn Kelley RP 31
Scott Kazmir SP 31
Tommy Kahnle RP 26
Matt Joyce DH 31
Reed Johnson LF 38
Kelly Johnson 2B 33
Josh Johnson SP 31
Jim Johnson RP 32
Dan Johnson 1B 36
John Jaso DH 32
Casey Janssen RP 34
Edwin Jackson RP 32
Austin Jackson CF 28
Maicer Izturis 2B 35
Hisashi Iwakuma SP 34
Travis Ishikawa 1B 32
Chris Iannetta C 32
Tommy Hunter RP 29
Tim Hudson SP 40
Rich Hill RP 35
Koyie Hill C 36
Jason Heyward RF 26
Daniel Ray Herrera RP 31
David Hernandez RP 30
Jim Henderson RP 33
Chris Heisey LF 30
LaTroy Hawkins RP 42
Corey Hart RF 33
Aaron Harang SP 37
J.A. Happ SP 33
Tony Gwynn Jr. LF 33
J.C. Gutiérrez RP 32
Franklin Gutierrez CF 32
Jeremy Guthrie SP 36
Deolis Guerra RP 26
Robbie Grossman RF 26
A.J. Griffin SP 27
Zack Greinke SP 32
Tom Gorzelanny RP 33
Alex Gordon LF 31
Jonny Gomes LF 35
Gonzalez Germen RP 28
Craig Gentry LF 31
Chad Gaudin SP 32
Yovani Gallardo SP 29
Rafael Furcal SS 38
Eric Fryer C 30
Ernesto Frieri RP 30
David Freese 3B 32
Kevin Frandsen 3B 33
Jeff Francoeur RF 31
Jeff Francis SP 34
Dexter Fowler CF 29
Gavin Floyd SP 32
Jesus Flores C 31
Doug Fister SP 31
Pedro Feliciano RP 39
Marco Estrada SP 32
Jake Elmore 2B 28
Brian Duensing RP 32
Stephen Drew 2B 32
Ross Detwiler RP 29
Ian Desmond SS 30
Chris Denorfia RF 35
David DeJesus LF 35
Justin De Fratus RP 28
Alejandro De Aza LF 31
Rajai Davis LF 35
Chris Davis 1B 29
Chase d’Arnaud 3B 28
Jack Cust DH 36
Johnny Cueto SP 29
Luis Cruz RP 25
Jesse Crain RP 34
Neal Cotts RP 35
Kevin Correia SP 35
Carlos Corporan C 31
Bartolo Colon SP 42
Phil Coke RP 33
Tyler Clippard RP 30
Michael Choice LF 26
Randy Choate RP 40
Wei-Yen Chen SP 30
Joba Chamberlain RP 30
Jhoulys Chacin SP 27
Yoenis Cespedes  LF 30
Ronny Cedeno SS 32
Alexi Casilla 2B 31
David Carpenter RP 30
Buddy Carlyle RP 37
Chris Capuano RP 37
Matt Capps RP 32
Trevor Cahill SP 27
Everth Cabrera SS 29
Asdrubal Cabrera 2B 30
Marlon Byrd LF 38
A.J. Burnett SP 38
Mark Buehrle SP 36
Jonathan Broxton RP 31
Rex Brothers RP 27
Craig Breslow RP 35
Blaine Boyer RP 34
John Bowker CF 32
Brian Bogusevic RF 31
Brett Bochy RP 28
Jerry Blevins RP 32
Joe Blanton RP 34
Kyle Blanks LF 29
Vic Black RP 27
Chad Billingsley SP 31
Quintin Berry LF 31
Roger Bernadina LF 31
Jason Berken RP 32
Jeff Beliveau RP 28
Matt Belisle RP 35
Ronald Belisario RP 32
Joe Beimel RP 38
Gordon Beckham 2B 29
Antonio Bastardo RP 30
Darwin Barney SS 30
Clint Barmes SS 36
Scott Baker SP 34
Andrew Bailey RP 31
Burke Badenhop RP 32
John Axford RP 32
Mike Aviles 3B 34
Alex Avila C 28
Bronson Arroyo SP 38
Jose Arredondo RP 31
Joaquin Arias SS 31
J.P. Arencibia 1B 29
Norichika Aoki LF 33
Bryan Anderson C 28
Matt Albers RP 32
Jeremy Affeldt RP 36
Mike Adams RP 37
Fernando Abad RP 29
David Aardsma RP 33

MLB All Star Game 2020


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Teams
  • National League
  • American League
Date July 9, 2019
Venue Progressive Field
City Cleveland, Ohio
Managers
  • Dave Roberts (LAD)
  • Alex Cora (BOS)
MVP TBD
Attendance TBD
Television Fox (United States)
MLB International (outside of the United States)
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci (Fox)
Dan Shulman and Buck Martinez(v)
Radio ESPN Radio
Radio announcers Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton

2018 MLB All-Star Game

MLB All Star Game 2018

Teams
  • National League
  • American League
Date July 17, 2018
Venue Nationals Park
City Washington, DC
Managers
  • Dave Roberts (Los Angeles Dodgers)
  • A.J. Hinch (Houston Astros)
Television Fox
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Chris Myers
Radio ESPN Radio
Radio announcers Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton

2017 MLB All-Star Game

Mlb All Star Game 2017

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E
American League 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 10 0
National League 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 0
Date July 11, 2017
Venue Marlins Park
City Miami, Florida
Managers
  • Brad Mills (CLE)
  • Joe Maddon (CHC)
MVP Robinson Canó (SEA)
Attendance 37,188
First pitch Roberto Alomar, Rod Carew, Orlando Cepeda, Pedro Martínez, Tony Pérez, Iván Rodríguez
Television Fox
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci
Radio ESPN
Radio announcers Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton

Game summary

Starting lineup

American
Order Player Team Position
1 José Altuve Astros 2B
2 José Ramírez Indians 3B
3 Aaron Judge Yankees RF
4 George Springer Astros LF
5 Carlos Correa Astros SS
6 Justin Smoak Blue Jays 1B
7 Corey Dickerson Rays DH
8 Salvador Pérez Royals C
9 Mookie Betts Red Sox CF
Chris Sale Red Sox P
National
Order Player Team Position
1 Charlie Blackmon Rockies CF
2 Giancarlo Stanton Marlins DH
3 Bryce Harper Nationals RF
4 Buster Posey Giants C
5 Daniel Murphy Nationals 2B
6 Nolan Arenado Rockies 3B
7 Ryan Zimmerman Nationals 1B
8 Marcell Ozuna Marlins LF
9 Zack Cozart Reds SS
Max Scherzer Nationals P

Line score

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R H E
American League 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 10 0
National League 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 0
Starting pitchers:
AL: Chris Sale
NL: Max Scherzer
WP: Craig Kimbrel (1–0) LP: Wade Davis (0–1) Sv: Andrew Miller (1)
Home runs:
AL: Robinson Canó (1)
NL: Yadier Molina (1)

Umpires: Home Plate – Joe West (crew chief); First Base – Angel Hernandez; Second Base – Mark Carlson; Third Base – Chris Conroy; Left Field – Manny Gonzalez; Right Field – Mike Estabrook; Replay Official – Doug Eddings
Weather: 73 °F (23 °C), roof closed.
First pitch: 8:22pm EDT
Time of Game: 3:16
Attendance: 37,188

2016 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National League 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 1
American League 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 X 4 8 1
Date July 12, 2016
Venue Petco Park
City San Diego, California
Managers
  • Terry Collins (NYM)
  • Ned Yost (KC)
MVP Eric Hosmer (KC)
Attendance 42,386
First pitch Randy Jones
Television Fox
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci
Radio ESPN
Radio announcers Jon Sciambi and Chris Singleton
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
National League 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 1
American League 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 X 4 8 1
Starting pitchers:
NL: Johnny Cueto
AL: Chris Sale
WP: Corey Kluber (1–0)   LP: Johnny Cueto (0–1)   Sv: Zach Britton (1)
Home runs:
NL: Kris Bryant (1)
AL: Eric Hosmer, Salvador Pérez (1)

Umpires: Home Plate – Mike Winters; First Base – Kerwin Danley; Second Base – Marty Foster; Third Base – Bill Welke; Left Field – Adrian Johnson; Right Field – Dan Bellino; Replay Official – Sam Holbrook
Weather: Temperature: 72 °F (22 °C), clear; Wind: 9 mph from left to right
Time of Game: 3:05
Attendance: 42,386

MLB All-Star Games Winners from 1933 to Present

Date Winning League (All-Time Record) Score Venue
July 6, 1933 American (1-0-0 AL) 4–2 Comiskey Park
July 10, 1934 American (2-0-0 AL) 9–7 Polo Grounds
July 8, 1935 American (3-0-0 AL) 4–1 Cleveland Stadium
July 7, 1936 National (3-1-0 AL) 4–3 National League Park
July 7, 1937 American (4-1-0 AL) 8–3 Griffith Stadium
July 6, 1938 National (4-2-0 AL) 4–1 Crosley Field
July 11, 1939 American (5-2-0 AL) 3–1 Yankee Stadium
July 9, 1940 National (5-3-0 AL) 4–0 Sportsman’s Park
July 8, 1941 American (6-3-0 AL) 7–5 Briggs Stadium
July 6, 1942 American (7-3-0 AL) 3–1 Polo Grounds
July 13, 1943 American (8-3-0 AL) 5–3 Shibe Park
July 11, 1944 National (8-4-0 AL) 7–1 Forbes Field
July 9, 1946 American (9-4-0 AL) 12–0 Fenway Park
July 8, 1947 American (10-4-0 AL) 2–1 Wrigley Field
July 13, 1948 American (11-4-0 AL) 5–2 Sportsman’s Park
July 12, 1949 American (12-4-0 AL) 11–7 Ebbets Field
July 11, 1950 National (12-5-0 AL) 4–3 (14 inn.) Comiskey Park
July 10, 1951 National (12-6-0 AL) 8–3 Briggs Stadium
July 8, 1952 National (12-7-0 AL) 3–2 (5 inn., rain) Shibe Park
July 14, 1953 National (12-8-0 AL) 5–1 Crosley Field
July 13, 1954 American (13-8-0 AL) 11–9 Cleveland Stadium
July 12, 1955 National (13-9-0 AL) 6–5 (12 inn.) County Stadium
July 10, 1956 National (13-10-0 AL) 7–3 Griffith Stadium
July 9, 1957 American (14-10-0 AL) 6–5 Busch Stadium
July 8, 1958 American (15-10-0 AL) 4–3 Memorial Stadium
July 7, 1959 National (15-11-0 AL) 5–4 Forbes Field
August 3, 1959 American (16-11-0 AL) 5–3 Memorial Coliseum
July 11, 1960 National (16-12-0 AL) 5–3 Municipal Stadium
July 13, 1960 National (16-13-0 AL) 6–0 Yankee Stadium
July 11, 1961 National (16-14-0 AL) 5–4 (10 inn.) Candlestick Park
July 31, 1961 TIE (16-14-1 AL) 1–1 Fenway Park
July 10, 1962 National (16-15-1 AL) 3–1 D.C. Stadium
July 30, 1962 American (17-15-1 AL) 9–4 Wrigley Field
July 9, 1963 National (17-16-1 AL) 5–3 Cleveland Stadium
July 7, 1964 National (17-17-1) 7–4 Shea Stadium
July 13, 1965 National (18-17-1 NL) 6–5 Metropolitan Stadium
July 12, 1966 National (19-17-1 NL) 2–1 (10 inn.) Busch Memorial Stadium
July 11, 1967 National (20-17-1 NL) 2–1 (15 inn.) Anaheim Stadium
July 9, 1968 National (21-17-1 NL) 1–0 Astrodome
July 23, 1969 National (22-17-1 NL) 9–3 RFK Stadium
July 14, 1970 National (23-17-1 NL) 5–4 (12 inn.) Riverfront Stadium
July 13, 1971 American (23-18-1 NL) 6–4 Tiger Stadium
July 25, 1972 National (24-18-1 NL) 4–3 Atlanta Stadium
July 24, 1973 National (25-18-1 NL) 7–1 Royals Stadium
July 23, 1974 National (26-18-1 NL) 7–2 Three Rivers Stadium
July 15, 1975 National (27-18-1 NL) 6–3 County Stadium
July 13, 1976 National (28-18-1 NL) 7–1 Veterans Stadium
July 19, 1977 National (29-18-1 NL) 7–5 Yankee Stadium
July 11, 1978 National (30-18-1 NL) 7–3 San Diego Stadium
July 17, 1979 National (31-18-1 NL) 7–6 Kingdome
July 8, 1980 National (32-18-1 NL) 4–2 Dodger Stadium
August 9, 1981 National (33-18-1 NL) 5–4 Cleveland Stadium
July 13, 1982 National (34-18-1 NL) 4–1 Olympic Stadium
July 6, 1983 American (34-19-1 NL) 13–3 Comiskey Park
July 10, 1984 National (35-19-1 NL) 3–1 Candlestick Park
July 16, 1985 National (36-19-1 NL) 6–1 Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
July 15, 1986 American (36-20-1 NL) 3–2 Astrodome
July 14, 1987 National (37-20-1 NL) 2–0 (13 inn.) Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
July 12, 1988 American (37-21-1 NL) 2–1 Riverfront Stadium
July 11, 1989 American (37-22-1 NL) 5–3 Anaheim Stadium
July 10, 1990 American (37-23-1 NL) 2–0 Wrigley Field
July 9, 1991 American (37-24-1 NL) 4–2 SkyDome
July 14, 1992 American (37-25-1 NL) 13–6 Jack Murphy Stadium
July 13, 1993 American (37-26-1 NL) 9–3 Oriole Park at Camden Yards
July 12, 1994 National (38-26-1 NL) 8–7 (10 inn.) Three Rivers Stadium
July 11, 1995 National (39-26-1 NL) 3–2 The Ballpark in Arlington
July 9, 1996 National (40-26-1 NL) 6–0 Veterans Stadium
July 8, 1997 American (40-27-1 NL) 3–1 Jacobs Field
July 7, 1998 American (40-28-1 NL) 13–8 Coors Field
July 13, 1999 American (40-29-1 NL) 4–1 Fenway Park
July 11, 2000 American (40-30-1 NL) 6–3 Turner Field
July 10, 2001 American (40-31-1 NL) 4–1 Safeco Field
July 9, 2002 TIE (40-31-2 NL) 7–7 (11 inn.) Miller Park
July 15, 2003 American (40-32-2 NL) 7–6 U.S. Cellular Field
July 13, 2004 American (40-33-2 NL) 9–4 Minute Maid Park
July 12, 2005 American (40-34-2 NL) 7–5 Comerica Park
July 11, 2006 American (40-35-2 NL) 3–2 PNC Park
July 10, 2007 American (40-36-2 NL) 5–4 AT&T Park
July 15, 2008 American (40-37-2 NL) 4–3 (15 inn.) Yankee Stadium
July 14, 2009 American (40-38-2 NL) 4–3 Busch Stadium
July 13, 2010 National (41-38-2 NL) 3–1 Angel Stadium of Anaheim
July 12, 2011 National (42-38-2 NL) 5–1 Chase Field
July 10, 2012 National (43-38-2 NL) 8–0 Kauffman Stadium
July 16, 2013 American (43-39-2 NL) 3–0 Citi Field
July 15, 2014 American (43-40-2 NL) 5–3 Target Field
July 14, 2015 American (43-41-2 NL) 6–3 Great American Ball Park
July 12, 2016 American
(43-42-2 NL)
4-2 Petco Park

MLB Postseason 2020


MLB Postseason 2019

Bracket

Wild Card Games
(ALWCG, NLWCG)
Division Series
(ALDS, NLDS)
League Championship Series
(ALCS, NLCS)
World Series
1 Houston 3
4 Oakland 0 Tampa Bay 2
Houston 4
5 Tampa Bay 1 American League
NY Yankees 2
2 NY Yankees 3
3 Minnesota 0
AL1 Houston 3
NL4 Washington 4
1 LA Dodgers 2
4 Washington 1 Washington 3
4 Washington 4
5 Milwaukee 0 National League
3 St. Louis 0
2 Atlanta 2
3 St. Louis 3

2018 MLB Postseason

Wild Card Games
(ALWCG, NLWCG)
Division Series
(ALDS, NLDS)
League Championship Series
(ALCS, NLCS)
World Series
1 Boston 3
4 NY Yankees 1 4 NY Yankees 1
1 Boston 4
5 Oakland 0 American League
2 Houston 1
2 Houston 3
3 Cleveland 0
AL Boston 1
NL LA Dodgers 0
1 Milwaukee 3
4 Chicago Cubs 0 5 Colorado 0
1 Milwaukee 3
5 Colorado 1 National League
2 LA Dodgers 4
2 LA Dodgers 3
3 Atlanta 1

.

201 7 MLB Postseason

Wild Card Games
(ALWCG, NLWCG)
Division Series
(ALDS, NLDS)
League Championship Series
(ALCS, NLCS)
World Series
1 Cleveland Indians 2
4 New York Yankees 1 4 New York Yankees 3
4 New York Yankees 3
5 Minnesota Twins 0 American League
2 Houston Astros 4
2 Houston Astros 3
3 Boston Red Sox 1
AL Houston Astros 4
NL Los Angeles Dodgers 3
1 Los Angeles Dodgers 3
4 Arizona Diamondbacks 1 4 Arizona Diamondbacks 0
1 Los Angeles Dodgers 4
5 Colorado Rockies 0 National League
3 Chicago Cubs 1
2 Washington Nationals 2
3 Chicago Cubs 3

2016 MLB Postseason

Wild Card Game
(ALWCG, NLWCG)
Division Series
(ALDS, NLDS)
League Championship Series
(ALCS, NLCS)
World Series
1 Texas Rangers 0
4 Toronto Blue Jays 1 4 Toronto Blue Jays 3
4 Toronto Blue Jays 1
5 Baltimore Orioles 0 American League
2 Cleveland Indians 4
2 Cleveland Indians 3
3 Boston Red Sox 0
AL Cleveland Indians 3
NL Chicago Cubs 4
1 Chicago Cubs 3
4 New York Mets 0 5 San Francisco Giants 1
1 Chicago Cubs 4
5 San Francisco Giants 1 National League
3 Los Angeles Dodgers 2
2 Washington Nationals 2
3 Los Angeles Dodgers 3

2015 MLB Wild Card Games Schedule

American League

October 6, 2015 at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx, , New York

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Houston Astros 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 5 0
New York Yankees 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

National League

October 7, 2015 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Chicago Cubs 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 7 1
Pittsburgh Pirates 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1

2015 MLB Playoffs Division Series Schedule

Wild Card Winner vs. Kansas City Royals

Date Teams Scores Location
October 8 Astros vs. Royals 5-2 Kauffman Stadium
October 9 Astros vs. Royals 4-5 Kauffman Stadium
October 11 Royals vs. Astros 2-4 Minute Maid Park
October 12 Royals vs. Astros  9-6 Minute Maid Park
October 14 Astros vs. Royals  2-7 Kauffman Stadium

Texas Rangers vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Date Teams Scores Location
October 8 Rangers vs. Blue Jays 5-3 Rogers Centre
October 9 Rangers vs. Blue Jays 6-4 Rogers Centre
October 11 Blue Jays vs. Rangers 5-1 Globe Life Park in Arlington
October 12 Blue Jays vs. Rangers  8-4 Globe Life Park in Arlington
October 14 Rangers vs. Blue Jays  3-6 Rogers Centre

Wild Card Winner vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Date Teams Scores Location
October 9 Cubs vs. Cardinals 0-4 Busch Stadium
October 10 Cubs vs. Cardinals 6-3 Busch Stadium
October 12 Cardinals vs. Cubs  6-8 Wrigley Field
October 13 Cardinals vs. Cubs  4-6 Wrigley Field

New York Mets vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

Date Teams Scores Location
October 9 Mets vs. Dodgers 3-1 Dodger Stadium
October 10 Mets vs. Dodgers 2-5 Dodger Stadium
October 12 Dodgers vs. Mets  7-13 Citi Field
October 13 Dodgers vs. Mets  3-1 Citi Field
October 15 Mets vs. Dodgers  3-2 Dodger Stadium

League Championship Series

American League

2015 American League Championship Series
Toronto Blue Jays vs. Kansas City Royals
Game Date Teams Score Location Attendance Time
1 October 16 Blue Jays Royals  0–5 Kauffman Stadium 39,753 3:15
2 October 17 Blue Jays @ Royals 3-6 Kauffman Stadium 4:07 PM ET
3 October 19 Royals @ Blue Jays 8-11 Rogers Centre 8:07 PM ET
4 October 20 Royals @ Blue Jays 14-2 Rogers Centre 4:07 PM ET
5 October 21 Royals @ Blue Jays 1-7 Rogers Centre 4:07 PM ET
6 October 23 Blue Jays @ Royals 3-4 Kauffman Stadium 8:07 PM ET

National League

2015 National League Championship Series
Chicago Cubs vs. New York Mets
Game Date Teams
Score

 

Location Attendance Time
1 October 17 Cubs @ Mets 2-4 Citi Field 8:07 PM ET
2 October 18 Cubs @ Mets 1-4 Citi Field 8:07 PM ET
3 October 20 Mets @ Cubs 5-2 Wrigley Field 8:07 PM ET
4 October 21 Mets @ Cubs 8-3 Wrigley Field 8:07 PM ET

MLB World Series 2020


Updated soon…

MLB World Series 2019

Team (Wins) Manager(s) Season
Washington Nationals (4) Dave Martinez 93–69 (.574)
Houston Astros (3) A. J. Hinch 107–55 (.660)
Dates October 22–30
Umpires Lance Barksdale, Gary Cederstrom (crew chief), Doug Eddings, Sam Holbrook, James Hoye, Alan Porter (Games 1–2), Jim Wolf (Games 3–end)
ALCS Houston Astros defeated New York Yankees, 4–2
NLCS Washington Nationals defeated St. Louis Cardinals, 4–0
Broadcast
Television Fox
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci
Radio ESPN
Radio announcers Dan Shulman, Chris Singleton and Buster Olney

Schedule

Washington won the series, 4–3.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 October 22 Washington Nationals – 5, Houston Astros – 4 Minute Maid Park 3:43 43,339[16]
2 October 23 Washington Nationals – 12, Houston Astros – 3 Minute Maid Park 4:01 43,357[17]
3 October 25 Houston Astros – 4, Washington Nationals – 1 Nationals Park 4:03 43,867[18]
4 October 26 Houston Astros – 8, Washington Nationals – 1 Nationals Park 3:48 43,889[19]
5 October 27 Houston Astros – 7, Washington Nationals – 1 Nationals Park 3:19 43,910[20]
6 October 29 Washington Nationals – 7, Houston Astros – 2 Minute Maid Park 3:37 43,384
7 October 30 Washington Nationals – 6, Houston Astros – 2 Minute Maid Park 3:42 43,326

: if necessary

Game summaries

Game 1

October 22, 2019 7:08pm a Minute Maid Park

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Washington 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 5 9 0
Houston 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 10 0
WP: Max Scherzer (1–0)   LP: Gerrit Cole (0–1)   Sv: Sean Doolittle (1)
Home runs:
WSH: Ryan Zimmerman (1), Juan Soto (1)
HOU: George Springer (1)
Attendance: 43,339

Game 2

October 23, 2019 7:07 pm (CDT) at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas

 
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Washington 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 3 1 12 14 2
Houston 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 9 1
WP: Stephen Strasburg (1–0)   LP: Justin Verlander (0–1)
Home runs:
WSH: Kurt Suzuki (1), Adam Eaton (1), Michael A. Taylor (1)
HOU: Alex Bregman (1), Martín Maldonado (1)
Attendance: 43,357

Game 3

October 25, 2019 8:07 pm (EDT) at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C.

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Houston 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 11 0
Washington 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 2
WP: Josh James (1–0)   LP: Aníbal Sánchez (0–1)   Sv: Roberto Osuna (1)
Home runs:
HOU: Robinson Chirinos (1)
WSH: None
Attendance: 43,867

Game 4

October 26, 2019 8:07 pm (EDT) at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., 63 °F (17 °C), overcast
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Houston 2 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 8 13 1
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 0
WP: José Urquidy (1–0)   LP: Patrick Corbin (0–1)
Home runs:
HOU: Robinson Chirinos (2), Alex Bregman (2)
WSH: None
Attendance: 43,889

Game 5

October 27, 2019 8:07 pm (EDT) at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., 72 °F (22 °C), clear
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Houston 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 7 10 0
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 0
WP: Gerrit Cole (1–1)   LP: Joe Ross (0–1)
Home runs:
HOU: Yordan Álvarez (1), Carlos Correa (1), George Springer (2)
WSH: Juan Soto (2)
Attendance: 43,910

Game 6

October 29, 2019 7:07 pm (CDT) at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Washington 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 7 9 0
Houston 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 0
WP: Stephen Strasburg (2–0) LP: Justin Verlander (0–2)
Home runs:
WSH:
 Adam Eaton (2), Juan Soto (3), Anthony Rendon (1)
HOU: Alex Bregman (3)
Boxscore

Game 7

October 30, 2019 7:07 pm (CDT) at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 6 9 0
Houston 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 9 1
WP: Patrick Corbin (1–1)   LP: Will Harris (0–1)
Home runs:
WSH: Anthony Rendon (2), Howie Kendrick (1)
HOU: Yuli Gurriel (1)
Attendance: 43,326

2018 MLB World Series

Team (Wins) Manager(s) Season
Boston Red Sox (2) Alex Cora 108–54 (.667), 8 GA
Los Angeles Dodgers (0) Dave Roberts 92–71 (.564), 1 GA
Dates October 23–31
Umpires Ted Barrett
ALCS Boston Red Sox defeated Houston Astros, 4–1
NLCS Los Angeles Dodgers defeated Milwaukee Brewers, 4–3
Broadcast
Television Fox (United States)
MLB International (International)
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal, and Tom Verducci (Fox)
Matt Vasgersian and Buck Martinez (MLB International)
Radio ESPN
Radio announcers Dan Shulman and Chris Singleton

Schedule

Boston leads the series, 2–0.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 October 23 Los Angeles Dodgers – 4, Boston Red Sox – 8 Fenway Park 3:52 38,454
2 October 24 Los Angeles Dodgers – 2, Boston Red Sox – 4 Fenway Park 3:12 38,644
3 October 26 Boston Red Sox @ Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium 8:09 pm EDT
4 October 27 Boston Red Sox @ Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium 8:09 pm EDT
5 October 28† Boston Red Sox @ Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium 8:15 pm EDT
6 October 30† Los Angeles Dodgers @ Boston Red Sox Fenway Park 8:09 pm EDT
7 October 31† Los Angeles Dodgers @ Boston Red Sox Fenway Park 8:09 pm EDT

Game summaries

Game 1

Tuesday, October 23, 2018, 8:09 pm (EDT) at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Los Angeles 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 8 0
Boston 2 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 X 8 11 0
WP: Matt Barnes (1–0)   LP: Clayton Kershaw (0–1)
Home runs:
LAD: Matt Kemp (1)
BOS: Eduardo Núñez (1)
Attendance: 38,454
Boxscore

Game 2

Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 8:10 pm (EDT) at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, 47 °F (8 °C), cloudy
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Los Angeles 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0
Boston 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 X 4 8 0
WP: David Price (1–0)   LP: Hyun-jin Ryu (0–1)   Sv: Craig Kimbrel (1)
Attendance: 38,644

Game 3

Friday, October 26, 2018, 5:09 pm (PDT) at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Boston 0 0 0
Los Angeles 0 0 0
Starting pitchers:
BOS: TBA
LAD: TBA

Game 4

Saturday, October 27, 2018, 5:09 pm (PDT) at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Boston 0 0 0
Los Angeles 0 0 0
Starting pitchers:
BOS: TBA
LAD: TBA

Composite line score

2018 World Series (0–0): Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers are tied.

 
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Los Angeles Dodgers 0 0 0
Boston Red Sox 0 0 0

if necessary

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2017 MLB World Series

Team (Wins) Manager(s) Season
Houston Astros (4) A. J. Hinch 101–61 (.623)
Los Angeles Dodgers (3) Dave Roberts 104–58 (.642)
Dates October 24 – November 1
MVP George Springer (Houston)
Umpires Phil Cuzzi (Games 1–2), Gerry Davis (crew chief), Laz Díaz, Dan Iassogna, Bill Miller, Paul Nauert, Mark Wegner (Games 3–7)
ALCS Houston Astros defeated New York Yankees, 4–3
NLCS Los Angeles Dodgers defeated Chicago Cubs, 4–1

Summary

Houston won the series, 4–3.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 October 24 Houston Astros – 1, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3 Dodger Stadium 2:28 54,253
2 October 25 Houston Astros – 7, Los Angelesv Dodgers – 6 (11) Dodger Stadium 4:19 54,293
3 October 27 Los Angeles Dodgers – 3, Houston Astros – 5 Minute Maid Park 3:46 43,282
4 October 28 Los Angeles Dodgers – 6, Houston Astros – 2 Minute Maid Park 3:06 43,322
5 October 29 Los Angeles Dodgers – 12, Houston Astros – 13 (10) Minute Maid Park 5:17 43,300
6 October 31 Houston Astros – 1, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3 Dodger Stadium 3:22 54,128
7 November 1 Houston Astros – 5, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1 Dodger Stadium 3:37 54,124

Composite line score

2017 World Series (4–3)Houston Astros beat Los Angeles Dodgers.

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R H E
Houston Astros 2 7 2 5 4 1 4 2 2 3 2 34 56 2
Los Angeles Dodgers 4 0 1 1 4 9 3 1 8 2 1 34 47 4
Home runs:
HOU: George Springer (5), José Altuve (2), Alex Bregman (2), Carlos Correa (2), Yuli Gurriel (2), Marwin González (1), Brian McCann (1)
LAD: Joc Pederson (3), Yasiel Puig (2), Cody Bellinger (1), Charlie Culberson (1), Corey Seager (1), Chris Taylor (1), Justin Turner (1)Total attendance: 346,702   Average attendance: 49,529
Winning player’s share: $TBA.   Losing player’s share: $TBA.

Broadcasters

Television

Fox
Fox Deportes
MLB International

TV announcers

Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal, and Tom Verducci (Fox)
Rolando Nichols, Carlos Álvarez, Edgar Gonzalez, and Jaime Motta (Fox Deportes)
Matt Vasgersian and Buck Martinez (MLB International)

Radio

ESPN Radio
ESPN Deportes Radio
Sportstalk 790 (HOU – English)
FM 94.1 HD3 (HOU – Spanish)
AM 570 LA Sports (LAD – English)
Univision America 1020 (LAD – Spanish)
Radio Korea 1540 (LAD – Korean)

Radio announcers

Dan Shulman and Aaron Boone (ESPN)
Eduardo Ortega, Renato Bermúdez, José Francisco Rivera, and Orlando Hernández (ESPN Deportes)
Robert Ford and Steve Sparks (HOU – English)
Alex Treviño and Francisco Romero (HOU – Spanish)
Charley Steiner and Rick Monday (LAD – English)
Jaime Jarrín and Jorge Jarrín (LAD – Spanish)
Richard Choi and Chong Ho Yim (LAD – Korean)

2016 MLB World Series

Team (Wins) Manager(s) Season
Chicago Cubs (4) Joe Maddon 103–58, .640, 17½ GA
Cleveland Indians (3) Terry Francona 94–67, .584, 8 GA
Dates October 25 – November 2
MVP Ben Zobrist (Chicago)
Umpires Chris Guccione, John Hirschbeck (crew chief), Sam Holbrook, Marvin Hudson, Tony Randazzo, Larry Vanover and Joe West.
ALCS Cleveland Indians beat Toronto Blue Jays, 4–1
NLCS Chicago Cubs beat Los Angeles Dodgers, 4–2

Broadcasters

Television Fox (English)
Fox Deportes (Spanish)
TV announcers Joe Buck, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci (English)
Carlos Álvarez, Duaner Sánchez, Karim García and Jaime Motta (Spanish)
Radio ESPN (English)
ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
NewsRadio WTAM 1100 (Cleveland Indians)
670 The Score (Chicago Cubs)
Radio announcers Dan Shulman and Aaron Boone (English)
Eduardo Ortega, José Francisco Rivera, Renato Bermúdez and Orlando Hernández(Spanish)
Tom Hamilton and Jim Rosenhaus (on Indians radio)
Pat Hughes, Len Kasper, Ron Coomer, and Jim Deshaies (on Cubs radio)

Summary

Chicago won the series, 4–3.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance
1 October 25 Chicago Cubs – 0, Cleveland Indians – 6 Progressive Field 3:37 38,091
2 October 26 Chicago Cubs – 5, Cleveland Indians – 1 Progressive Field 4:04 38,172
3 October 28 Cleveland Indians – 1, Chicago Cubs – 0 Wrigley Field 3:33 41,703
4 October 29 Cleveland Indians – 7, Chicago Cubs – 2 Wrigley Field 3:16 41,706
5 October 30 Cleveland Indians – 2, Chicago Cubs – 3 Wrigley Field 3:27 41,711
6 November 1 Chicago Cubs – 9, Cleveland Indians – 3 Progressive Field 3:29 38,116
7 November 2 Chicago Cubs – 8, Cleveland Indians – 7 (10) Progressive Field 4:28 (0:17 delay) 38,104

2015 MLB World Series Schedule & Results

New York Mets vs. Kansas City Royals

Game Date Score Series
(NYM-KC)
Location Time
1 October 27 Mets 4 vs. Royals 5 0-1 Kauffman Stadium 8:07 p.m. ET
2 October 28 Mets 1 vs. Royals 7 0-2 Kauffman Stadium 8:07 p.m. ET
3 October 30 Royals 3vs. Mets 9 1-2 Citi Field 8:07 p.m. ET
4 October 31 Royals 5 vs. Mets 3 1-3 Citi Field 8:07 p.m. ET
5 November 1 Royals 7 vs. Mets 2 1-4 Citi Field 8:07 p.m. ET

2014 MLB World Series

Team (Wins) Manager Season
San Francisco Giants (4) Bruce Bochy 88-74, .543, 6 GB
Kansas City Royals (3) Ned Yost 89-73, .549, 1 GB
Dates: October 21-29
MVP: Madison Bumgarner (San Francisco)
Television: Fox
TV announcers: Joe Buck, Harold Reynolds, Tom Verducci, Ken Rosenthal and Erin Andrews
Radio: ESPN
Radio announcers: Dan Shulman and Aaron Boone
Umpires: Jeff Kellogg (crew chief), Ted Barrett, Jeff Nelson (Games 3 – 7), Hunter Wendelstedt, Eric Cooper, Jim Reynolds, Jerry Meals (Games 1 & 2)
ALCS: Kansas City Royals over Baltimore Orioles (4-0)
NLCS: San Francisco Giants over St. Louis Cardinals (4-1)

MLB World Series 2014 Summery

2014 World Series
Giants vs Kansas City Royals
Game Date Score Series
(SF-KC)
Location Attendance Time
1 Oct 21 Giants 7 vs Royals 1 1-0 Kauffman Stadium 40,459 3:32
2 Oct 22 Giants 2 vs Royals 7 1-1 Kauffman Stadium 40,446 3:25
3 Oct 24 Royals 3 vs Giants 2 1-2 AT&T Park 43,020 3:15
4 Oct 25 Royals 4 vs Giants 11 2-2 AT&T Park 43,066 4:00
5 Oct 26 Royals 0 vs Giants 5 3-2 AT&T Park 43,087 3:09
6 Oct 28 Giants 0 vs Royals 10 3-3 Kauffman Stadium 40,372 3:21
7 Oct 29 Giants 3 vs Royals 2 4-3 Kauffman Stadium 40,535 3:10

MLB Awards

2018 MLB Monthly Awards

Baseball Writers’ Association of America Awards
BBWAA Award National League American League
Rookie of the Year Ronald Acuña Jr. (ATL) Shohei Ohtani (LAA)
Cy Young Award Jacob deGrom (NYM) Blake Snell (TB)
Manager of the Year Brian Snitker (ATL) Bob Melvin (OAK)
Most Valuable Player Christian Yelich (MIL) Mookie Betts (BOS)
Gold Glove Awards
Position National League American League
Pitcher Zack Greinke (ARI) Dallas Keuchel (HOU)
Catcher Yadier Molina (STL) Salvador Perez (KC)
1st Base Freddie Freeman (ATL)
Anthony Rizzo (CHC)
Matt Olson (OAK)
2nd Base DJ LeMahieu (COL) Ian Kinsler (BOS)/(LAA)
3rd Base Nolan Arenado (COL) Matt Chapman (OAK)
Shortstop Nick Ahmed (ARI) Andrelton Simmons (LAA)
Left field Corey Dickerson (PIT) Alex Gordon (KC)
Center field Ender Inciarte (ATL) Jackie Bradley, Jr. (BOS)
Right field Nick Markakis (ATL) Mookie Betts (BOS)
Silver Slugger Awards
Pitcher/Designated Hitter German Marquez (COL) J.D. Martinez (BOS)
Catcher J.T. Realmuto (MIA) Salvador Perez (KC)
1st Base Paul Goldschmidt (ARI) Jose Abreu (CWS)
2nd Base Javier Baez (CHC) Jose Altuve (HOU)
3rd Base Nolan Arenado (COL) Jose Ramirez (CLE)
Shortstop Trevor Story (COL) Francisco Lindor (CLE)
Outfield Nick Markakis (ATL) Mookie Betts (BOS)
Outfield David Peralta (ARI) J.D. Martinez (BOS)
Outfield Christian Yelich (MIL) Mike Trout (LAA)

Other awards

  • The Sporting News Player of the Year Award: Mookie Betts (BOS)
  • Comeback Players of the Year: David Price (BOS, American); Jonny Venters (ATL, National)
  • Hank Aaron Award: J.D. Martinez (BOS, American); Christian Yelich (MIL, National)
  • Roberto Clemente Award (Humanitarian): Yadier Molina (STL)
  • Mariano Rivera AL Reliever of the Year Award (Best AL reliever): Edwin Díaz (SEA)
  • Trevor Hoffman NL Reliever of the Year Award (Best NL reliever): Josh Hader (MIL)
  • Warren Spahn Award (Best left-handed pitcher): Blake Snell (TB)
Fielding Bible Awards
Position Player
Pitcher Zack Greinke (ARI)
Catcher Jeff Mathis (ARI)
1st Base Matt Olson (OAK)
2nd Base Kolten Wong (STL)
3rd Base Matt Chapman (OAK)
Shortstop Andrelton Simmons (LAA)
Left Field Alex Gordon (KC)
Center Field Lorenzo Cain (MIL)
Right Field Mookie Betts (BOS)
Multi-position Javier Baez (CHC)

Monthly awards

Player of the Month

Month American League National League
April Didi Gregorius A. J. Pollock
May Francisco Lindor Scooter Gennett
June Alex Bregman Paul Goldschmidt
July Jose Ramirez Matt Carpenter
August J.D. Martinez Justin Turner
September Mike Trout Christian Yelich

Pitcher of the Month

Month American League National League
April Sean Manaea Max Scherzer
May Justin Verlander Max Scherzer
June Chris Sale Jon Lester
July Chris Sale Zack Greinke
August Blake Snell Cole Hamels
September Blake Snell German Marquez

Rookie of the Month

Month American League National League
April Shohei Ohtani Christian Villanueva
May Gleyber Torres Austin Meadows
June Miguel Andújar Juan Soto
July Lourdes Gurriel Jr. Juan Soto
August Miguel Andújar Ronald Acuña Jr.
September Shohei Ohtani Juan Soto

2017 MLB Awards and Honors

Regular season

Baseball Writers’ Association of America Awards
BBWAA Award National League finalists American League finalists
Rookie of the Year Cody Bellinger (LAD) Aaron Judge (NYY)
Cy Young Award Clayton Kershaw (LAD)
Max Scherzer (WAS)
Stephen Strasburg (WAS)
Corey Kluber (CLE)
Chris Sale (BOS)
Luis Severino (NYY)
Manager of the Year Bud Black (COL)
Torey Lovullo (ARI)
Dave Roberts (LAD)
Terry Francona (CLE)
A. J. Hinch (HOU)
Paul Molitor (MIN)
Most Valuable Player Paul Goldschmidt (ARI)
Giancarlo Stanton (MIA)
Joey Votto (CIN)
Jose Altuve (HOU)
Aaron Judge (NYY)
Jose Ramirez (CLE)
Gold Glove Awards
Position National League American League
Pitcher Zack Greinke (ARI) Marcus Stroman (TOR)
Catcher Tucker Barnhart (CIN) Martin Maldonado (LAA)
1st Base Paul Goldschmidt (ARI) Eric Hosmer (KC)
2nd Base DJ LeMahieu (COL) Brian Dozier (MIN)
3rd Base Nolan Arenado (COL) Evan Longoria (TB)
Shortstop Brandon Crawford (SF) Andrelton Simmons (LAA)
Left field Marcell Ozuna (MIA) Alex Gordon (KC)
Center field Ender Inciarte (ATL) Byron Buxton (MIN)
Right field Jason Heyward (CHC) Mookie Betts (BOS)
Silver Slugger Awards
Pitcher/Designated Hitter Adam Wainwright (STL) Nelson Cruz (SEA)
Catcher Buster Posey (SF) Gary Sanchez (NYY)
1st Base Paul Goldschmidt (ARI) Eric Hosmer (KC)
2nd Base Daniel Murphy (WAS) Jose Altuve (HOU)
3rd Base Nolan Arenado (COL) Jose Ramirez (CLE)
Shortstop Corey Seager (LAD) Francisco Lindor (CLE)
Left Field Marcell Ozuna (MIA) Justin Upton (LAA)
Center Field Charlie Blackmon (COL) George Springer (HOU)
Right Field Giancarlo Stanton (MIA) Aaron Judge (NYY)

Other awards

The Sporting News Player of the Year Award: José Altuve (HOU)

Comeback Players of the Year:

  • Hank Aaron Award: José Altuve (HOU, American); Giancarlo Stanton (MIA, National)
  • Roberto Clemente Award (Humanitarian): Anthony Rizzo (CHC)
  • Mariano Rivera AL Reliever of the Year Award (Best AL reliever): Craig Kimbrel (BOS)
  • Trevor Hoffman NL Reliever of the Year Award (Best NL reliever): Kenley Jansen (LAD)
  • Warren Spahn Award (Best left-handed pitcher)

Fielding Bible Awards

Position Player
Pitcher Dallas Keuchel (HOU)
Catcher Martin Maldonado (LAA)
1st Base Paul Goldschmidt (ARI)
2nd Base DJ LeMahieu (COL)
3rd Base Nolan Arenado (COL)
Shortstop Andrelton Simmons (LAA)
Left Field Brett Gardner (NYY)
Center Field Byron Buxton (MIN)
Right Field Mookie Betts (BOS)
Multi-position Javier Baez (CHC)

Monthly Awards

Player of the Month

Month American League National League
April Mike Trout Ryan Zimmerman
May Carlos Correa Charlie Blackmon
June Aaron Judge Andrew McCutchen
July José Altuve Nolan Arenado
August Manny Machado Giancarlo Stanton
September Aaron Judge J. D. Martinez

Pitcher of the Month

Month American League National League
April Dallas Keuchel Iván Nova
May Lance McCullers Alex Wood
June Corey Kluber Max Scherzer
July James Paxton Rich Hill
August Corey Kluber Jake Arrieta
September Corey Kluber Stephen Strasburg

Rookie of the Month

Month American League National League
April Aaron Judge Antonio Senzatela
May Aaron Judge Cody Bellinger
June Aaron Judge Cody Bellinger
July Yulieski Gurriel Paul DeJong
August Andrew Benintendi Rhys Hoskins
September Aaron Judge José Martínez

MonthAmerican LeagueNational League

AprilDallas KeuchelIván NovaMayLance McCullersAlex WoodJune  July  August  September

Rookie of the Month

Month American League National League
April Aaron Judge Antonio Senzatela
May Aaron Judge Cody Bellinger
June
July
August
September

MLB Awards 2015

AL NL
Award Winner Team Winner Team
MVP Josh Donaldson Toronto Blue Jays Bryce Harper Washington Nationals
Cy Young Dallas Keuchel Houston Astros Jake Arrieta Chicago Cubs
Rookie of the Year Carlos Correa Houston Astros Kris Bryant Chicago Cubs
Manager of the Year Jeff Banister Texas Rangers Joe Maddon Chicago Cubs
Gold Glove Alcides Escobar Kansas City Royals Nolan Arenado Colorado Rockies
Adrian Beltre Texas Rangers Paul Goldschmidt Arizona Diamondbacks
Eric Hosmer Kansas City Royals Brandon Crawford San Francisco Giants
Salvador Perez Kansas City Royals A.J. Pollock Arizona Diamondbacks
Dallas Keuchel Houston Astros Dee Gordon Miami Marlins
Yoenis Cespedes Detroit Tigers Starling Marte Pittsburgh Pirates
Jose Altuve Houston Astros Zack Greinke Los Angeles Dodgers
Kole Calhoun Los Angeles Angels Yadier Molina St. Louis Cardinals
Kevin Kiermaier Tampa Bay Rays Jason Heyward St. Louis Cardinals
Silver Slugger Josh Donaldson Toronto Blue Jays Nolan Arenado Colorado Rockies
Kendrys Morales Kansas City Royals Bryce Harper Washington Nationals
Nelson Cruz Seattle Mariners Paul Goldschmidt Arizona Diamondbacks
Brian McCann New York Yankees Dee Gordon Miami Marlins
Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers Brandon Crawford San Francisco Giants
Mike Trout Los Angeles Angels Madison Bumgarner San Francisco Giants
J.D. Martinez Detroit Tigers Buster Posey San Francisco Giants
Xander Bogaerts Boston Red Sox Carlos Gonzalez Colorado Rockies
Jose Altuve Houston Astros Andrew McCutchen Pittsburgh Pirates
ALCS MVP Alcides Escobar Kansas City Royals
NLCS MVP Daniel Murphy New York Mets
World Series MVP Salvador Perez Kansas City Royals
Hank Aaron Award Josh Donaldson Toronto Blue Jays Bryce Harper Washington Nationals
Roberto Clemente Award Andrew McCutchen Pittsburgh Pirates
Relief Man Award Andrew Miller New York Yankees Mark Melancon Pittsburgh Pirates
All-Star Game MVP Mike Trout Los Angeles Angels

 

Award Winner Team
World Series MVP Salvador Perez Kansas City Royals
Roberto Clemente Award Andrew McCutchen Pittsburgh Pirates

MLB Salaries 2020


2019 MLB Team Payroll

Rank Team Roster 25-Man Payroll Injured Reserve Retained Buried Suspended 2019 Total Payroll
1 Boston Red Sox 28 $203,480,000 $19,000,000 $2,475,000 $1,375,000 $225,183,602
2 Chicago Cubs 33 $207,737,714 $575,000 $3,500,000 $3,400,000 $215,212,714
3 New York Yankees 31 $202,743,846 $596,600 $2,000,000 $205,340,446
4 Los Angeles Dodgers 27 $148,115,002 $39,591,666 $5,000,000 $192,706,668
5 San Francisco Giants 32 $148,833,402 $21,000,000 $169,833,402
6 St. Louis Cardinals 26 $121,970,766 $33,005,100 $5,000,000 $159,975,866
7 Houston Astros 26 $157,719,666 $500,000 $158,219,666
8 Washington Nationals 30 $157,741,661 $141,666 $157,883,327
9 Los Angeles Angels 29 $149,746,833 $2,464,500 $500,000 $152,711,333
10 New York Mets 29 $137,577,355 $15,000,000 $152,577,355
11 Seattle Mariners 26 $103,508,810 $29,109,300 $10,008,064 $142,626,174
12 Colorado Rockies 28 $140,370,833 $1,500,000 $141,870,833
13 Philadelphia Phillies 27 $137,875,462 $137,875,462
LEAGUE AVERAGE
$129,349,204
14 Arizona Diamondbacks 27 $102,320,166 $5,599,600 $15,500,000 $123,419,766
15 Cincinnati Reds 27 $121,935,714 $121,935,714
16 Milwaukee Brewers 30 $117,275,400 $3,225,000 $120,500,400
17 Texas Rangers 25 $99,124,999 $21,100,000 $120,224,999
18 Cleveland Indians 29 $114,687,951 $4,500,000 $250,000 $119,437,951
19 Minnesota Twins 30 $108,423,333 $7,950,000 $116,373,333
20 Atlanta Braves 28 $112,056,043 $381,060 $112,437,103
21 Toronto Blue Jays 30 $69,897,871 $1,950,000 $38,595,000 $110,442,871
22 Detroit Tigers 26 $92,285,800 $2,800,000 $14,000,000 $109,085,800
23 San Diego Padres 36 $61,793,700 $7,000,000 $23,250,000 $1,900,000 $93,943,700
24 Kansas City Royals 28 $78,267,142 $12,000,000 $3,525,000 $93,792,142
25 Chicago White Sox 25 $85,958,668 $555,000 $1,000,000 $87,513,668
26 Oakland Athletics 28 $79,268,333 $4,150,000 $1,000,000 $84,418,333
27 Baltimore Orioles 25 $52,181,882 $21,058,000 $73,239,882
28 Miami Marlins 26 $62,297,142 $1,209,690 $63,506,832
29 Pittsburgh Pirates 30 $61,520,502 $1,250,000 $62,770,502
30 Tampa Bay Rays 34 $43,416,266 $12,000,000 $55,416,266

2018 MLB Team Payroll

Rank Team Roster 25-MAN Disabled List Retained Buried Suspended Total Payroll
1 Los Angeles Dodgers 40 $156,364,522 $11,166,666 $12,800,000 $180,331,188
2 San Francisco Giants 38 $159,422,777 $7,500,000 $166,922,777
3 Boston Red Sox 39 $117,550,000 $19,000,000 $11,771,428 $148,321,428
4 Washington Nationals 38 $139,647,858 $500,000 $140,147,858
5 Seattle Mariners 37 $128,707,142 $3,000,000 $131,707,142
6 New York Yankees 40 $125,642,857 $5,500,000 $131,142,857
7 St. Louis Cardinals 40 $105,833,333 $17,000,000 $122,833,333
8 Texas Rangers 37 $100,666,666 $21,425,000 $122,091,666
9 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 38 $111,578,333 $7,365,000 $118,943,333
10 Detroit Tigers 40 $90,750,000 $19,000,000 $109,750,000
11 Chicago Cubs 35 $106,652,381 $106,652,381
12 Kansas City Royals 38 $92,400,000 $11,900,000 $104,300,000
13 Cleveland Indians 40 $90,195,265 $2,000,000 $92,195,265
14 Toronto Blue Jays 39 $88,803,571 $500,000 $89,303,571
LEAGUE AVERAGE
$87,821,507
15 Houston Astros 38 $83,825,000 $200,000 $2,000,000 $86,025,000
16 Atlanta Braves 37 $76,126,041 $500,000 $76,626,041
17 Pittsburgh Pirates 38 $74,849,999 $300,000 $75,149,999
18 Miami Marlins 38 $72,957,142 $72,957,142
19 Colorado Rockies 38 $67,350,000 $4,150,000 $71,500,000
20 New York Mets 38 $71,000,000 $71,000,000
21 Minnesota Twins 36 $66,700,000 $3,200,000 $69,900,000
22 Cincinnati Reds 38 $68,776,785 $68,776,785
23 Arizona Diamondbacks 39 $63,450,000 $63,450,000
24 Baltimore Orioles 35 $58,452,115 $2,500,000 $60,952,115
25 Tampa Bay Rays 38 $38,250,332 $38,250,332
26 Milwaukee Brewers 40 $36,965,000 $36,965,000
27 San Diego Padres 40 $18,775,000 $13,500,000 $32,275,000
28 Oakland Athletics 40 $22,275,000 $22,275,000
29 Chicago White Sox 35 $16,000,000 $1,000,000 $17,000,000
30 Philadelphia Phillies 40 $3,350,000 $3,550,000 $6,900,000

MLB Teams 2020


AL Easts AL West
Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels
Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics
New York Yankees New York Yankees Seattle Mariners Seattle Mariners
Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays Texas Rangers Texas Rangers
Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays Houston Astros Houston Astros
AL Central NL East
Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves
Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians Washington Nationals Washington Nationals
Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers New York Mets New York Mets
Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia Phillies
Minnesota Twins Minnesota Twins Miami Marlins Miami Marlins
NL Central NL West
Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers
Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs San Diego Padres San Diego Padres
Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds San Francisco Giants San Francisco Giants
Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Pirates Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies
St Louis Cardinals St Louis Cardinals Arizona Diamondbacks Arizona Diamondbacks

MLB Power Rankings 2020


2020 MLB Power Ranking at Week 5

  • 1) Dodgers (26-10; 1 last week)
  • 2) Rays (24-11; 5)
  • 3) A’s (22-12; 2)
  • 4) Indians (21-13; 7)
  • 5) Padres (21-15; 10)
  • 6) White Sox (21-13; 9)
  • 7) Twins (20-15; 3)
  • 8) Yankees (19-13; 4)
  • 9) Cubs (20-14; 6)
  • 10) Braves (18-14; 8)
  • 11) Astros (19-14; 11)
  • 12) Jays (18-14; 12)
  • 13) Phillies (14-14; 20)
  • 14) Rockies (17-17; 21)
  • 15) Brewers (15-18; 17)
  • 16) Reds (15-19; 13)
  • 17) Marlins (14-15; 15)
  • 18) Cardinals (12-13; 14)
  • 19) Mets (15-18; 18)
  • 20) Giants (17-19; 26)
  • 21) Orioles (14-19; 22)
  • 22) Tigers (16-16; 25)
  • 23) Nats (12-19; 16)
  • 24) D-backs (14-21; 19)
  • 25) Rangers (12-21; 23)
  • 26) Royals (13-21; 27)
  • 27) Mariners (14-22; 29)
  • 28) Angels (12-23; 24)
  • 29) Red Sox (12-22; 28)
  • 30) Pirates (10-21; 30)

2019 MLB Power Rankings (Week 25)

Rank Teams Change Record
1 Astros 104-54
2 Yankees 102-57
3 Dodgers 102-56
4 Athletics 1 95-63
5 Twins 2 98-60
6 Braves 2 97-62
7 Rays 1 95-64
8 Cardinals 2 90-69
9 Indians 1 93-65
10 Brewers 2 88-70
11 Nationals 2 89-69
12 Mets 2 83-75
13 Phillies 2 79-79
14 Cubs 3 82-76
15 Red Sox 2 83-75
16 Diamondbacks 82-77
17 Giants 1 76-82
18 Reds 2 73-85
19 Rangers 2 75-83
20 Angels 1 71-87
21 Padres 70-88
22 White Sox 1 69-88
23 Mariners 1 66-92
24 Rockies 68-90
25 Blue Jays 65-94
26 Royals 1 58-101
27 Marlins 1 55-103
28 Orioles 1 52-107
29 Pirates 3 67-91
30 Tigers 46-111

MLB 2018 Power Rankings (Week 19)

  • 1. Boston Red Sox
    Record: 88-37
    Week 19 ranking: 1
  • 2. Houston Astros
    Record: 75-49
    Week 19 ranking: 2
  • 3. New York Yankees
    Record: 78-46
    Week 19 ranking: 3
  • 4. Cleveland Indians
    Record: 71-52
    Week 19 ranking: 4
  • 5. Oakland Athletics
    Record: 74-50
    Week 19 ranking: 6
  • 6. Chicago Cubs
    Record: 71-52
    Week 19 ranking: 5
  • 7. Atlanta Braves
    Record: 68-55
    Week 19 ranking: 8
  • 8. Arizona Diamondbacks
    Record: 69-56
    Week 19 ranking: 10
  • 9. Los Angeles Dodgers
    Record: 67-58
    Week 19 ranking: 7
  • 10. Philadelphia Phillies
    Record: 68-56
    Week 19 ranking: 9
  • 11. St. Louis Cardinals
    Record: 68-57
    Week 19 ranking: 14
  • 12. Seattle Mariners
    Record: 71-54
    Week 19 ranking: 13
  • 13. Milwaukee Brewers
    Record: 69-57
    Week 19 ranking: 11
  • 14. Colorado Rockies
    Record: 68-56
    Week 19 ranking: 15
  • 15. Washington Nationals
    Record: 62-63
    Week 19 ranking: 12
  • 16. Tampa Bay Rays
    Record: 63-61
    Week 19 ranking: 18
  • 17. Los Angeles Angels
    Record: 63-63
    Week 19 ranking: 17
  • 18. Pittsburgh Pirates
    Record: 63-62
    Week 19 ranking: 16
  • 19. San Francisco Giants
    Record: 61-64
    Week 19 ranking: 19
  • 20. Minnesota Twins
    Record: 59-64
    Week 19 ranking: 20
  • 21. Texas Rangers
    Record: 56-70
    Week 19 ranking: 21
  • 22. Cincinnati Reds
    Record: 55-69
    Week 19 ranking: 22
  • 23. New York Mets
    Record: 54-69
    Week 19 ranking: 25
  • 24. Toronto Blue Jays
    Record: 55-69
    Week 19 ranking: 23
  • 25. San Diego Padres
    Record: 49-78
    Week 19 ranking: 26
  • 26. Detroit Tigers
    Record: 51-74
    Week 19 ranking: 24
  • 27. Chicago White Sox
    Record: 46-77
    Week 19 ranking: 28
  • 28. Miami Marlins
    Record: 50-76
    Week 19 ranking: 27
  • 29. Baltimore Orioles
    Record: 37-87
    Week 19 ranking: 29
  • 30. Kansas City Royals
    Record: 38-86
    Week 19 ranking: 30

MLB Power Rankings 2017 (Last Week )

  • 1. CLEVELAND (98-58, PLUS-241, LT: 1)
  • 2. Los Angeles Dodgers (99-57, plus-170, LT: 3)
  • 3. HOUSTON ASTROS (95-60, PLUS-157, LT: 4)
  • 4. Washington Nationals (94-61, plus-150, LT: 2)
  • 5. BOSTON RED SOX (91-64, PLUS-130, LT: 6)
  • 6. Arizona Diamondbacks (90-66, plus-142, LT: 5)
  • 7. Chicago Cubs (87-68, plus-107, LT: 7)
  • 8 NEW YORK YANKEES (86-69, PLUS-179, LT: 8)
  • 9. Colorado Rockies (84-72, plus-53, LT: 9)
  • 10. MINNESOTA TWINS (82-74, PLUS-24, LT: 12)
  • 11. St. Louis Cardinals (81-74, plus-74, LT: 10)
  • 12. Milwaukee Brewers (82-74, plus-33, LT: 11)
  • 13. LOS ANGELES ANGELS (77-78, MINUS-3, LT: 13)
  • 14. TEXAS RANGERS (76-79, PLUS-13, LT: 15)
  • 15. KANSAS CITY ROYALS (76-79, MINUS-72, LT: 16)
  • 16. TAMPA BAY RAYS (76-80, MINUS-17, LT: 18)
  • 17. SEATTLE MARINERS (75-81, MINUS-27, LT: 14)
  • 18. BALTIMORE ORIOLES (75-82, MINUS-73, LT 17)
  • 19. Miami Marlins (73-82, minus-45, LT: 19)
  • 20. OAKLAND A’S (72-83, MINUS-79, LT: 25)
  • 21. TORONTO BLUE JAYS (73-83, MINUS-91, LT: 21)
  • 22. Pittsburgh Pirates (71-85, minus-74, LT: 20)
  • 23. Atlanta Braves (70-84, minus-76, LT: 23)
  • 24. New York Mets (66-89, minus-117, LT: 24)
  • 25. San Diego Padres (70-86, minus-181, LT: 26)
  • 26. CHICAGO WHITE SOX (63-92, MINUS-103, LT: 28)
  • 27. Cincinnati Reds (66-90, minus-112, LT: 27)
  • 28. Philadelphia Phillies (62-94, minus-107, LT: 30)
  • 29. DETROIT TIGERS (62-94, MINUS-152, LT: 22)
  • 30. San Francisco Giants (61-95, minus-144 , LT: 29)

MLB Standings 2020


American League

Tampa Bay Rays
28 15 .651 14-6 14-9 213 180 +33 L2 6-4 100.0%
New York Yankees
24 19 .558 4 10-6 14-13 212 192 +20 L1 6-4 91.9%
Toronto Blue Jays
22 21 .512 6 14-7 8-14 202 194 +8 W1 3-7 90.7%
Baltimore Orioles
20 22 .476 7.5 10-15 10-7 209 209 0 L1 6-4 9.2%
Boston Red Sox
15 29 .341 13.5 8-17 7-12 209 274 -65 W1 3-7 0.0%
CENTRAL W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Cleveland Indians
27 16 .628 11-9 16-7 230 171 +59 W1 7-3 99.9%
Chicago White Sox
26 17 .605 1 12-10 14-7 178 129 +49 L2 5-5 99.7%
Minnesota Twins
27 18 .600 1 18-5 9-13 204 164 +40 L1 7-3 99.7%
Detroit Tigers
19 22 .463 7 10-11 9-11 194 227 -33 L1 4-6 6.5%
Kansas City Royals
16 28 .364 11.5 7-13 9-15 170 216 -46 W2 3-7 0.1%
WEST W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Oakland Athletics
26 15 .634 17-7 9-8 192 153 +39 W1 5-5 100.0%
Houston Astros
22 22 .500 5.5 16-6 6-16 225 213 +12 L1 3-7 96.9%
Seattle Mariners
19 24 .442 8 11-8 8-16 185 228 -43 L2 6-4 3.1%
Texas Rangers
17 27 .386 10.5 12-12 5-15 213 243 -30 L2 5-5 2.1%
EAST W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Los Angeles Angels
15 27 .357 11.5 11-10 4-17 158 220 -62 W2 3-7 0.3%

National League

Atlanta Braves 25 18 .581 15-8 10-10 255 203 +52 W1 6-4 98.9%
Miami Marlins
21 18 .538 2 15-10 6-8 207 211 -4 L1 7-3 89.3%
Philadelphia Phillies
19 19 .500 3.5 2-9 17-10 169 189 -20 L1 5-5 37.1%
New York Mets
20 24 .455 5.5 10-13 10-11 213 221 -8 W1 5-5 34.9%
Washington Nationals
16 25 .390 8 8-13 8-12 195 211 -16 W2 4-6 3.1%
CENTRAL W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Chicago Cubs
25 19 .568 15-12 10-7 197 184 +13 L1 5-5 97.7%
St. Louis Cardinals
18 17 .514 2.5 9-8 9-9 153 133 +20 W1 6-4 77.9%
Milwaukee Brewers
19 22 .463 4.5 8-10 11-12 177 197 -20 W1 5-5 43.3%
Cincinnati Reds
19 24 .442 5.5 8-11 11-13 164 188 -24 W1 4-6 26.6%
Pittsburgh Pirates
14 27 .341 9.5 9-14 5-13 160 218 -58 L1 4-6 0.1%
WEST W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
EAST W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Los Angeles Dodgers
32 12 .727 15-7 17-5 252 151 +101 W2 8-2 100.0%
San Diego Padres
28 17 .622 4.5 15-6 13-11 258 193 +65 W4 8-2 100.0%
Colorado Rockies 23 21 .523 9 14-9 9-12 234 224 +10 W5 8-2 72.9%
San Francisco Giants
20 23 .465 11.5 9-12 11-11 208 255 -47 L3 3-7 18.2%
Arizona Diamondbacks
15 29 .341 17 9-11 6-18 180 225 -45 L5 1-9 0.0%

GLOSSARY

  • W:Wins
  • L:Losses
  • PCT:Winning Percentage
  • GB:Games Back
  • HOME:Home Record
  • AWAY:Away Record
  • RS:Runs scored
  • RA:Runs allowed
  • DIFF:Run Differential
  • STRK:Current Streak
  • L10:Record last 10 games

2019 MLB Standings

American League

x – New York Yankees 103 59 .636 57-24 46-35 943 739 +204 L2 4-6 100.0%
y – Tampa Bay Rays 96 66 .593 7 48-33 48-33 769 656 +113 L2 7-3 100.0%
Boston Red Sox 84 78 .519 19 38-43 46-35 901 828 +73 W1 4-6 0.0%
Toronto Blue Jays 67 95 .414 36 35-46 32-49 726 828 -102 W2 6-4 0.0%
Baltimore Orioles 54 108 .333 49 25-56 29-52 729 981 -252 L1 5-5 0.0%
CENTRAL W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
x – Minnesota Twins 101 61 .623 46-35 55-26 939 754 +185 L1 8-2 100.0%
Cleveland Indians 93 69 .574 8 49-32 44-37 769 657 +112 L5 4-6 0.0%
Chicago White Sox 72 89 .447 28.5 39-41 33-48 708 832 -124 W1 7-3 0.0%
Kansas City Royals 59 103 .364 42 31-50 28-53 691 869 -178 W1 3-7 0.0%
Detroit Tigers 47 114 .292 53.5 22-59 25-55 582 915 -333 L1 2-8 0.0%
WEST W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
x – Houston Astros 107 55 .660 60-21 47-34 920 640 +280 W3 8-2 100.0%
y — Oakland Athletics 97 65 .599 10 52-29 45-36 845 680 +165 L1 6-4 100.0%
Texas Rangers 78 84 .481 29 45-36 33-48 810 878 -68 W2 4-6 0.0%
Los Angeles Angels 72 90 .444 35 38-43 34-47 769 868 -99 L3 3-7 0.0%
EAST W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
Seattle Mariners 68 94 .420 39 35-46 33-48 758 893 -135 W1 4-6 0.0%

National League

x – Atlanta Braves 97 65 .599 50-31 47-34 855 743 +112 L3 4-6 100.0%
y — Washington Nationals 93 69 .574 4 50-31 43-38 873 724 +149 W8 9-1 100.0%
New York Mets 86 76 .531 11 48-33 38-43 791 737 +54 W3 7-3 0.0%
Philadelphia Phillies 81 81 .500 16 45-36 36-45 774 794 -20 L1 3-7 0.0%
Miami Marlins 57 105 .352 40 30-51 27-54 615 808 -193 W1 4-6 0.0%
CENTRAL W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
z – St. Louis Cardinals 91 71 .562 50-31 41-40 764 662 +102 W1 6-4 100.0%
z – Milwaukee Brewers 89 73 .549 2 49-32 40-41 769 766 +3 L3 7-3 100.0%
Milwaukee Brewers 84 78 .519 7 51-30 33-48 814 717 +97 L1 2-8 0.0%
Cincinnati Reds 75 87 .463 16 41-40 34-47 701 711 -10 W2 4-6 0.0%
Pittsburgh Pirates 69 93 .426 22 35-46 34-47 758 911 -153 L2 4-6 0.0%
WEST W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
EAST W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
x — Los Angeles Dodgers 106 56 .654 59-22 47-34 886 613 +273 W7 8-2 100.0%
Arizona Diamondbacks 85 77 .525 21 44-37 41-40 813 743 +70 W5 8-2 0.0%
San Francisco Giants 77 85 .475 29 35-46 42-39 678 773 -95 L3 3-7 0.0%
San Diego Padres 71 91 .438 35 43-38 28-53 835 958 -123 W3 5-5 0.0%
Colorado Rockies 70 92 .432 36 36-45 34-47 682 789 -107 L6 1-9 0.0%

GLOSSARY

  • W:Wins
  • L:Losses
  • PCT:Winning Percentage
  • GB:Games Back
  • HOME:Home Record
  • AWAY:Away Record
  • RS:Runs scored
  • RA:Runs allowed
  • DIFF:Run Differential
  • STRK:Current Streak
  • L10:Record last 10 games

2017 MLB Standings

American League

x -Boston Red Sox 93 69 .574 48-33 45-36 785 668 +117 L1 5-5 100.0%
y -New York Yankees 91 71 .562 2 51-30 40-41 858 660 +198 L1 6-4 100.0%
Tampa Bay Rays 80 82 .494 13 42-39 38-43 694 704 -10 W4 6-4 0.0%
Toronto Blue Jays 76 86 .469 17 42-39 34-47 693 784 -91 W1 5-5 0.0%
Baltimore Orioles 75 87 .463 18 46-35 29-52 743 841 -98 L5 2-8 0.0%
CENTRAL W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
* -Cleveland Indians 102 60 .630 49-32 53-28 818 564 +254 W1 7-3 100.0%
y -Minnesota Twins 85 77 .525 17 41-40 44-37 815 788 +27 W1 7-3 100.0%
Kansas City Royals 80 82 .494 22 43-38 37-44 702 791 -89 L1 5-5 0.0%
Chicago White Sox 67 95 .414 35 39-42 28-53 706 820 -114 L1 6-4 0.0%
Detroit Tigers 64 98 .395 38 34-47 30-51 735 894 -159 L1 2-8 0.0%
WEST W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
EAST W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
x -Houston Astros 101 61 .623 48-33 53-28 896 700 +196 W1 8-2 100.0%
os Angeles Angels 80 82 .494 21 43-38 37-44 710 709 +1 W1 4-6 0.0%
Seattle Mariners 78 84 .481 23 40-41 38-43 750 772 -22 L1 4-6 0.0%
Texas Rangers 78 84 .481 23 41-40 37-44 799 816 -17 L1 2-8 0.0%
Oakland Athletics 75 87 .463 26 46-35 29-52 739 826 -87 W1 6-4 0.0%

National League

x -Washington Nationals 97 65 .599 47-34 50-31 819 672 +147 L2 5-5 100.0%
Miami Marlins 77 85 .475 20 43-38 34-47 778 822 -44 L1 5-5 0.0%
Atlanta Braves 72 90 .444 25 37-44 35-46 732 821 -89 W1 3-7 0.0%
New York Mets 70 92 .432 27 37-44 33-48 735 863 -128 L1 5-5 0.0%
Philadelphia Phillies 66 96 .407 31 39-42 27-54 690 782 -92 W1 5-5 0.0%
CENTRAL W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
x -Chicago Cubs 92 70 .568 48-33 44-37 822 695 +127 L1 7-3 100.0%
Milwaukee Brewers 86 76 .531 6 44-37 42-39 732 697 +35 W1 5-5 0.0%
St. Louis Cardinals 83 79 .512 9 44-37 39-42 761 705 +56 L1 3-7 0.0%
Pittsburgh Pirates 75 87 .463 17 44-37 31-50 668 731 -63 W2 7-3 0.0%
Cincinnati Reds 68 94 .420 24 39-42 29-52 753 869 -116 W1 2-8 0.0%
WEST W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
EAST W L PCT GB HOME ROAD RS RA DIFF STRK L10 POFF
* -Los Angeles Dodgers 104 58 .642 57-24 47-34 770 580 +190 W2 8-2 100.0%
y -Arizona Diamondbacks 93 69 .574 11 52-29 41-40 812 659 +153 W1 6-4 100.0%
y -Colorado Rockies 87 75 .537 17 46-35 41-40 824 757 +67 L2 5-5 100.0%
San Diego Padres 71 91 .438 33 43-38 28-53 604 816 -212 L1 3-7 0.0%
San Francisco Giants 64 98 .395 40 38-43 26-55 639 776 -137 W1 5-5 0.0%