1986 MLB Season Standings After The All Star Break

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1986 MLB Season Summary After The All Star Break

Which MLB team had the best regular season record after the all star break in 1986?

The Houston Astros had the best regular season record in the 1986 MLB season after the all star break at 49-25.

Which MLB team had the best run differential after the all star break in the 1986 regular season?

The Detroit Tigers had the best run differential in the 1986 regular season after the all star break at +83 runs.

Which MLB team had the worst run differential after the all star break in the 1986 regular season?

The Atlanta Braves had the worst run differential in the 1986 regular season after the all star break at -65 runs.

Which MLB team had the most runs per game after the all star break in the 1986 regular season?

The Cleveland Indians had the most runs per game in the 1986 regular season after the all star break at 5.19 RPG.

Which MLB team allowed the fewest runs per game after the all star break in the 1986 regular season?

The Houston Astros allowed the fewest runs per game in the 1986 regular season after the all star break at 3.58 runs allowed per game.

1986 MLB Standings After The All Star Break (Jul 17 - Oct 5)

Team Record Streak RPG RPG Allowed Run Differential Playoff Result
1 Houston Astros 49-25 W5 4.26 3.58 +50 Lost NLCS
2 New York Mets 49-29 W5 4.71 3.65 +82 Won WS
3 Detroit Tigers 44-31 W5 5.11 4.00 +83
California Angels 44-31 L1 4.55 3.81 +55 Lost ALCS
5 Cincinnati Reds 45-32 L1 4.90 4.36 +41
6 Oakland Athletics 42-30 W1 4.54 4.40 +10
7 Philadelphia Phillies 44-32 W2 4.49 3.87 +47
8 St. Louis Cardinals 43-32 L4 4.01 3.75 +20
9 New York Yankees 40-33 W4 4.38 4.25 +10
10 Toronto Blue Jays 39-33 L3 4.44 3.83 +44
11 Texas Rangers 40-34 W1 4.88 4.68 +15
12 Boston Red Sox 39-35 L4 4.99 4.42 +42 Lost WS
13 Cleveland Indians 38-39 W4 5.19 5.31 -9
14 Kansas City Royals 36-38 L1 4.05 3.99 +5
15 Milwaukee Brewers 36-39 W3 4.00 4.76 -57
16 San Francisco Giants 35-39 W1 4.05 3.77 +21
17 Minnesota Twins 34-40 W3 4.16 4.69 -39
18 Chicago Cubs 34-41 W2 4.33 4.96 -47
19 Los Angeles Dodgers 33-41 L1 4.03 4.36 -25
20 Chicago White Sox 32-44 L3 3.45 3.88 -33
Montreal Expos 32-44 L2 3.55 4.09 -41
22 Atlanta Braves 30-43 L5 3.52 4.41 -65
23 San Diego Padres 29-45 W1 4.12 4.77 -48
24 Seattle Mariners 28-44 L9 4.01 4.90 -64
25 Pittsburgh Pirates 28-48 L3 3.84 4.30 -35
26 Baltimore Orioles 27-48 L4 4.24 5.07 -62

By Divisions:

AL East – After ASB

Team Record Streak Run Diff
Tigers 44-31 W5 +83
Yankees 40-33 W4 +10
Blue Jays 39-33 L3 +44
Red Sox 39-35 L4 +42
Indians 38-39 W4 -9
Brewers 36-39 W3 -57
Orioles 27-48 L4 -62

AL West – After ASB

Team Record Streak Run Diff
Angels 44-31 L1 +55
Athletics 42-30 W1 +10
Rangers 40-34 W1 +15
Royals 36-38 L1 +5
Twins 34-40 W3 -39
White Sox 32-44 L3 -33
Mariners 28-44 L9 -64

NL East – After ASB

Team Record Streak Run Diff
Mets 49-29 W5 +82
Phillies 44-32 W2 +47
Cardinals 43-32 L4 +20
Cubs 34-41 W2 -47
Expos 32-44 L2 -41
Pirates 28-48 L3 -35

NL West – After ASB

Team Record Streak Run Diff
Astros 49-25 W5 +50
Reds 45-32 L1 +41
Giants 35-39 W1 +21
Dodgers 33-41 L1 -25
Braves 30-43 L5 -65
Padres 29-45 W1 -48

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