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1991 Major League Baseball season

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The Baltimore Orioles at play during a 1991 home game at Memorial Stadium.
The Baltimore Orioles at play during a 1991 home game at Memorial Stadium.

The 1991 Major League Baseball season saw the Minnesota Twins defeat the Atlanta Braves for the World Series title, in a series where every game was won by the home team.

Awards and honors

Baseball Writers' Association of America Awards
BBWAA Award National League American League
Rookie of the Year Jeff Bagwell (HOU) Chuck Knoblauch (MIN)
Cy Young Award Tom Glavine (ATL) Roger Clemens (BOS)
Manager of the Year Bobby Cox (ATL) Tom Kelly (MIN)
Most Valuable Player Terry Pendleton (ATL) Cal Ripken Jr. (BAL)
Gold Glove Awards
Position National League American League
Pitcher Greg Maddux (CHC) Mark Langston (CAL)
Catcher Tom Pagnozzi (STL) Tony Peña (BOS)
First Baseman Will Clark (SF) Don Mattingly (NYY)
Second Baseman Ryne Sandberg (CHC) Roberto Alomar (TOR)
Third Baseman Matt Williams (SF) Robin Ventura (CHW)
Shortstop Ozzie Smith (STL) Cal Ripken Jr. (BAL)
Outfielders Barry Bonds (PIT) Kirby Puckett (MIN)
Tony Gwynn (SD) Devon White (TOR)
Andy Van Slyke (PIT) Ken Griffey Jr. (SEA)
Silver Slugger Awards
Pitcher/Designated Hitter Tom Glavine (ATL) Frank Thomas (CHW)
Catcher Benito Santiago (SD) Mickey Tettleton (DET)
First Baseman Will Clark (SF) Cecil Fielder (DET)
Second Baseman Ryne Sandberg (CHC) Julio Franco (TEX)
Third Baseman Howard Johnson (NYM) Wade Boggs (BOS)
Shortstop Barry Larkin (CIN) Cal Ripken Jr. (BAL)
Outfielders Barry Bonds (PIT) Joe Carter (TOR)
Bobby Bonilla (PIT) Ken Griffey Jr. (SEA)
Ron Gant (ATL) Jose Canseco (OAK)

Statistical leaders

Statistic American League National League
AVG Julio Franco TEX .341 Terry Pendleton ATL .319
HR José Canseco OAK
Cecil Fielder DET
44 Howard Johnson NYM 38
RBI Cecil Fielder DET 133 Howard Johnson NYM 117
Wins Scott Erickson MIN
Bill Gullickson DET
20 Tom Glavine ATL
John Smiley PIT
20
ERA Roger Clemens BOS 2.62 Dennis Martínez MTL 2.39
SO Roger Clemens BOS 241 David Cone NYM 241
SV Bryan Harvey CAL 46 Lee Smith STL 47
SB Rickey Henderson OAK 58 Marquis Grissom MTL 76

Standings

Postseason

Bracket

  League Championship Series
(ALCS, NLCS)
World Series
                 
East Toronto 1  
West Minnesota 4  
    AL Minnesota 4
  NL Atlanta 3
East Pittsburgh 3
West Atlanta 4  

Managers

American League

Team Manager Comments
Baltimore Orioles Frank Robinson Replaced during the season by Johnny Oates
Boston Red Sox Joe Morgan
California Angels Doug Rader Replaced during the season by Buck Rodgers
Chicago White Sox Jeff Torborg
Cleveland Indians John McNamara Replaced during the season by Mike Hargrove
Detroit Tigers Sparky Anderson
Kansas City Royals John Wathan Replaced during the season by Hal McRae
Milwaukee Brewers Tom Trebelhorn
Minnesota Twins Tom Kelly Won the World Series
New York Yankees Stump Merrill
Oakland Athletics Tony La Russa
Seattle Mariners Jim Lefebvre
Texas Rangers Bobby Valentine
Toronto Blue Jays Cito Gaston Replaced temporarily by Gene Tenace while undergoing treatment for a herniated disc

National League

Team Manager Comments
Atlanta Braves Bobby Cox Won National League pennant
Chicago Cubs Don Zimmer Replaced during the season by Jim Essian
Cincinnati Reds Lou Piniella
Houston Astros Art Howe
Los Angeles Dodgers Tommy Lasorda
Montreal Expos Buck Rodgers Replaced during the season by Tom Runnels
New York Mets Bud Harrelson Replaced during the season by Mike Cubbage
Philadelphia Phillies Nick Leyva Replaced during the season by Jim Fregosi
Pittsburgh Pirates Jim Leyland
St. Louis Cardinals Joe Torre
San Diego Padres Greg Riddoch
San Francisco Giants Roger Craig

Home Field Attendance & Payroll

Team Name Wins Home attendance Per Game Est. Payroll
Toronto Blue Jays[1] 91 5.8% 4,001,527 3.0% 49,402 $19,902,417 3.3%
Los Angeles Dodgers[2] 93 8.1% 3,348,170 11.5% 41,335 $32,790,664 48.9%
Chicago White Sox[3] 87 -7.4% 2,934,154 46.5% 36,224 $16,919,667 57.8%
Oakland Athletics[4] 84 -18.4% 2,713,493 -6.4% 33,500 $36,999,167 84.2%
Boston Red Sox[5] 84 -4.5% 2,562,435 1.3% 31,635 $35,167,500 68.6%
Baltimore Orioles[6] 67 -11.8% 2,552,753 5.7% 31,515 $17,519,000 73.5%
St. Louis Cardinals[7] 84 20.0% 2,448,699 -4.8% 29,151 $21,860,001 3.9%
California Angels[8] 81 1.3% 2,416,236 -5.5% 29,830 $33,060,001 47.5%
Cincinnati Reds[9] 74 -18.7% 2,372,377 -1.2% 29,289 $26,305,333 81.8%
Chicago Cubs[10] 77 0.0% 2,314,250 3.1% 27,883 $23,380,667 60.2%
Texas Rangers[11] 85 2.4% 2,297,720 11.7% 28,367 $18,224,500 16.8%
Minnesota Twins[12] 95 28.4% 2,293,842 31.0% 28,319 $23,361,833 53.0%
New York Mets[13] 77 -15.4% 2,284,484 -16.4% 27,860 $32,590,001 48.7%
Kansas City Royals[14] 82 9.3% 2,161,537 -3.7% 26,686 $26,319,834 8.9%
Seattle Mariners[15] 83 7.8% 2,147,905 42.3% 26,517 $15,691,833 21.9%
Atlanta Braves[16] 94 44.6% 2,140,217 118.4% 26,422 $18,403,500 22.2%
Pittsburgh Pirates[17] 98 3.2% 2,065,302 0.8% 24,587 $23,634,667 51.9%
Philadelphia Phillies[18] 78 1.3% 2,050,012 2.9% 24,699 $22,487,332 63.7%
New York Yankees[19] 71 6.0% 1,863,733 -7.1% 23,009 $27,344,168 28.3%
San Diego Padres[20] 84 12.0% 1,804,289 -2.8% 22,275 $22,150,001 24.5%
San Francisco Giants[21] 75 -11.8% 1,737,478 -12.0% 21,450 $30,967,666 43.6%
Detroit Tigers[22] 84 6.3% 1,641,661 9.8% 20,267 $23,838,333 29.6%
Milwaukee Brewers[23] 83 12.2% 1,478,729 -15.6% 18,484 $23,115,500 14.7%
Houston Astros[24] 65 -13.3% 1,196,152 -8.8% 14,767 $12,852,500 -31.5%
Cleveland Indians[25] 57 -26.0% 1,051,863 -14.2% 12,828 $17,635,000 16.0%
Montreal Expos[26] 71 -16.5% 934,742 -31.9% 13,746 $10,732,333 -38.1%

Television coverage

Network Day of week Announcers
CBS Saturday afternoons Jack Buck, Tim McCarver, Dick Stockton, Jim Kaat
ESPN Sunday nights
Tuesday nights
Wednesday nights
Friday nights
Jon Miller, Joe Morgan

Events

January–March

April–June

July–September

October–December

Movies

Deaths

External links

References

  1. ^ "Toronto Blue Jays Attendance, Stadiums and Park Factors". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved September 8, 2020.
  2. ^ "Los Angeles Dodgers Attendance, Stadiums and Park Factors". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved September 8, 2020.
  3. ^ "Chicago White Sox Attendance, Stadiums and Park Factors". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved September 8, 2020.
  4. ^ "Oakland Athletics Attendance, Stadiums and Park Factors". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved September 8, 2020.
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  6. ^ "Baltimore Orioles Attendance, Stadiums and Park Factors". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved September 8, 2020.
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