1989 MLB Season Standings

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1989 MLB Season Summary

Who won the 1989 World Series?

The 1989 World Series winner was the Oakland Athletics, who defeated the San Francisco Giants in 4 games. The final game was on on Oct 28, 1989, in which the Athletics won 9-6 on the road.

When was the 1989 World Series?

The 1989 World Series started on Oct 14, 1989 and ended on Oct 28, 1989, lasting 4 games.

Which MLB team had the best regular season record in 1989?

The Oakland Athletics had the best regular season record in the 1989 MLB season at 99-63.

Which MLB team had the best run differential in the 1989 regular season?

The Oakland Athletics had the best run differential in the 1989 regular season at +136 runs.

Which MLB team had the worst run differential in the 1989 regular season?

The Detroit Tigers had the worst run differential in the 1989 regular season at -199 runs.

Which MLB team had the most runs per game in the 1989 regular season?

The Boston Red Sox had the most runs per game in the 1989 regular season at 4.78 RPG.

Which MLB team allowed the fewest runs per game in the 1989 regular season?

The Los Angeles Dodgers allowed the fewest runs per game in the 1989 regular season at 3.35 runs allowed per game.

Which MLB team was the last undefeated team in the 1989 season?

There were 3 teams who tied as the last undefeated teams in the 1989 season with their first losses occuring on Apr 7, 1989, the Oakland Athletics (started 3-0), the Baltimore Orioles (started 2-0) and the Texas Rangers (started 2-0).

1989 MLB Standings

Team Record Streak RPG RPG Allowed Run Differential Playoff Result
1 Oakland Athletics 99-63 W1 4.40 3.56 +136 Won WS
2 Chicago Cubs 93-69 W2 4.33 3.85 +79 Lost NLCS
3 San Francisco Giants 92-70 L2 4.31 3.70 +99 Lost WS
Kansas City Royals 92-70 L1 4.26 3.92 +55
5 California Angels 91-71 W1 4.13 3.57 +91
6 Toronto Blue Jays 89-73 L1 4.51 4.02 +80 Lost ALCS
San Diego Padres 89-73 W2 3.96 3.86 +16
8 New York Mets 87-75 W4 4.22 3.67 +88
Baltimore Orioles 87-75 W1 4.37 4.23 +22
10 St. Louis Cardinals 86-76 L2 3.88 3.73 +24
Houston Astros 86-76 W2 3.99 4.13 -22
12 Boston Red Sox 83-79 W1 4.78 4.54 +39
Texas Rangers 83-79 L1 4.29 4.41 -19
14 Milwaukee Brewers 81-81 L1 4.36 4.19 +28
Montreal Expos 81-81 L5 3.90 3.89 +2
16 Minnesota Twins 80-82 L2 4.57 4.56 +2
17 Los Angeles Dodgers 77-83 W4 3.46 3.35 +18
18 Cincinnati Reds 75-87 L2 3.90 4.27 -59
19 New York Yankees 74-87 L1 4.34 4.92 -94
20 Pittsburgh Pirates 74-88 L4 3.91 4.18 -43
21 Seattle Mariners 73-89 W2 4.28 4.49 -34
Cleveland Indians 73-89 W1 3.73 4.04 -50
23 Chicago White Sox 69-92 L1 4.30 4.66 -57
24 Philadelphia Phillies 67-95 W4 3.86 4.52 -106
25 Atlanta Braves 63-97 L1 3.63 4.23 -96
26 Detroit Tigers 59-103 W1 3.81 5.04 -199

By Divisions:

AL East

Team Record Streak Run Diff GB
Blue Jays 89-73 L1 +80
Orioles 87-75 W1 +22 2.0
Red Sox 83-79 W1 +39 6.0
Brewers 81-81 L1 +28 8.0
Yankees 74-87 L1 -94 14.5
Indians 73-89 W1 -50 16.0
Tigers 59-103 W1 -199 30.0

AL West

Team Record Streak Run Diff GB
Athletics 99-63 W1 +136
Royals 92-70 L1 +55 7.0
Angels 91-71 W1 +91 8.0
Rangers 83-79 L1 -19 16.0
Twins 80-82 L2 +2 19.0
Mariners 73-89 W2 -34 26.0
White Sox 69-92 L1 -57 29.5

NL East

Team Record Streak Run Diff GB
Cubs 93-69 W2 +79
Mets 87-75 W4 +88 6.0
Cardinals 86-76 L2 +24 7.0
Expos 81-81 L5 +2 12.0
Pirates 74-88 L4 -43 19.0
Phillies 67-95 W4 -106 26.0

NL West

Team Record Streak Run Diff GB
Giants 92-70 L2 +99
Padres 89-73 W2 +16 3.0
Astros 86-76 W2 -22 6.0
Dodgers 77-83 W4 +18 14.0
Reds 75-87 L2 -59 17.0
Braves 63-97 L1 -96 28.0

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