1984 MLB season

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1984 Major League Baseball Season
Regular Season April 2-September 30, 1984
Postseason October 2-14, 1984
1983 • MLB seasons • 1985

The 1984 MLB season started with a 9-game winning streak by the eventual World Series champions Detroit Tigers, who started the season with 35 wins and 5 losses and never relinquished their first place lead.

Publications

Programs and Scorecards
Team Type Venue
Baltimore Orioles Regular Season Memorial Stadium
Boston Red Sox Spring Training Chain of Lakes Park
California Angels Regular Season Anaheim Stadium
Chicago Cubs Spring Training Hohokam Park
Regular Season (1 • 2) Wrigley Field
NLCS Wrigley Field
Chicago White Sox Spring Training Payne Park
Regular Season Comiskey Park
Detroit Tigers ALCS Tiger Stadium
Kansas City Royals Spring Training Terry Park Ballfield
ALCS Royals Stadium
Los Angeles Dodgers Spring Training Holman Stadium
Minnesota Twins Regular Season Metrodome
Montreal Expos Spring Training West Palm Beach Municipal Stadium
New York Mets Spring Training Al Lang Stadium
Regular Season Shea Stadium
New York Yankees Regular Season Yankee Stadium
Philadelphia Phillies Regular Season Veterans Stadium
San Diego Padres NLCS Jack Murphy Stadium
Seattle Mariners Spring Training Tempe Diablo Stadium
Regular Season Kingdome
St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training Al Lang Stadium
Texas Rangers Spring Training Municipal Stadium
Toronto Blue Jays Regular Season Exhibition Stadium
American League vs. National League MLB All-Star Game Candlestick Park
San Diego Padres, Detroit Tigers World Series Jack Murphy Stadium, Tiger Stadium
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Yearbooks California Angels • Chicago White Sox • Cleveland Indians • Detroit Tigers • Kansas City Royals • Los Angeles Dodgers • Milwaukee Brewers • Montreal Expos • New York Mets • New York Yankees • Philadelphia Phillies • San Diego Padres • San Francisco Giants • Texas Rangers • Toronto Blue Jays


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