1973 MLB season

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1973 Major League Baseball Season
Regular Season April 5-October 1, 1973
Postseason October 6-21, 1973
1972 • MLB seasons • 1974

The 1973 MLB season was the first season of the designated hitter rule in the American League. The Oakland Athletics won their second straight World Series championship when they beat the New York Mets in seven games.

Champions

League/Division Champion
World Series Oakland Athletics
American League Oakland Athletics
National League New York Mets
AL East Baltimore Orioles
AL West Oakland Athletics
NL East New York Mets
NL West Cincinnati Reds

Publications

Programs and Scorecards
Team Type Venue
Atlanta Braves Regular Season Atlanta Stadium
Baltimore Orioles Regular Season Memorial Stadium
ALCS Memorial Stadium
Boston Red Sox Regular Season Fenway Park
California Angels Regular Season (1 • 2) Anaheim Stadium
Chicago White Sox Regular Season Comiskey Park
Cincinnati Reds Regular Season Riverfront Stadium
NLCS Riverfront Stadium
Cleveland Indians Regular Season Cleveland Stadium
Detroit Tigers Regular Season Tiger Stadium
Houston Astros Regular Season Astrodome
Kansas City Royals Regular Season Royals Stadium
Los Angeles Dodgers Regular Season Dodger Stadium
Milwaukee Brewers Regular Season Milwaukee County Stadium
Minnesota Twins Regular Season Metropolitan Stadium
Montreal Expos Regular Season (1 • 2) Olympic Stadium
New York Mets Regular Season Shea Stadium
NLCS Shea Stadium
World Series Shea Stadium
New York Yankees Regular Season Yankee Stadium
Oakland Athletics ALCS Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum
World Series Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum
Pittsburgh Pirates Regular Season Three Rivers Stadium
San Diego Padres Regular Season (1 • 2) San Diego Stadium
San Francisco Giants Spring Training Phoenix Municipal Stadium
Regular Season Candlestick Park
American League vs. National League MLB All-Star Game Royals Stadium
Media Guides and Yearbooks
Media Guides Atlanta Braves • American League Red Book • Chicago White Sox • Cincinnati Reds • Cleveland Indians • Houston Astros • Kansas City Royals • Milwaukee Brewers • Montreal Expos • New York Mets • San Diego Padres • San Francisco Giants
Yearbooks Atlanta Braves • Cincinnati Reds • Detroit Tigers • Kansas City Royals • Minnesota Twins • New York Yankees • Oakland Athletics • Philadelphia Phillies • Pittsburgh Pirates • San Francisco Giants

Publications by Team

1973 MLB season by team
American League AL East AL West
Baltimore Orioles • Boston Red Sox • Cleveland Indians • Detroit Tigers • Milwaukee Brewers • New York Yankees California Angels • Chicago White Sox • Kansas City Royals • Minnesota Twins • Oakland Athletics • Texas Rangers
National League NL East NL West
Chicago Cubs • Montreal Expos • New York Mets • Philadelphia Phillies • Pittsburgh Pirates • St. Louis Cardinals Atlanta Braves • Cincinnati Reds • Houston Astros • Los Angeles Dodgers • San Diego Padres • San Francisco Giants


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