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1991 Major League Baseball season

This article is about the 1991 Major League Baseball season only. For information on all of baseball, see 1991 in baseball.

1991 MLB season

League
Major League Baseball

Sport
Baseball

Duration
April 8, 1991 – October 27, 1991

Regular Season

Season MVP
AL: Cal Ripken, Jr. (BAL)
NL: Terry Pendleton (ATL)

League Postseason

AL champions
Minnesota Twins

  AL runners-up
Toronto Blue Jays

NL champions
Atlanta Braves

  NL runners-up
Pittsburgh Pirates

World Series

Champions
Minnesota Twins

  Runners-up
Atlanta Braves

Finals MVP
Jack Morris (MIN)

MLB seasons

← 1990
1992 →

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

The 1991 Major League Baseball season.

Contents

1 Awards and honors
2 Statistical leaders
3 Major league baseball final standings

3.1 American League
3.2 National League

4 Postseason
5 Managers

5.1 American League
5.2 National League

6 Events

6.1 January–March
6.2 April–June
6.3 July–September
6.4 October–December

7 Movies
8 Deaths

Awards and honors[edit]

Most Valuable Player

Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore Orioles, SS (AL)
Terry Pendleton, Atlanta Braves, 3B (NL)

Cy Young Award

Roger Clemens, Boston Red Sox (AL)
Tom Glavine, Atlanta Braves (NL)

Rookie of the Year

Chuck Knoblauch, Minnesota Twins, 2B (AL)
Jeff Bagwell, Houston Astros, 1B (NL)

Manager of the Year Award

Tom Kelly, Minnesota Twins (AL)
Bobby Cox, Atlanta Braves (NL)

Statistical leaders[edit]

 
American League
National League

Type
Name
Stat
Name
Stat

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

Major league baseball final standings[edit]
There was quite a bit of parity in the American League, as 10 teams finished within 10 games of each other, and only 3 teams (Yankees, Orioles, and Indians) had losing records. The standings in the American League West were quite notable because all the teams in that division finished with at least a .500 record.

American League[edit]

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