1987 MLB season

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1987 Major League Baseball Season
Regular Season April 6-October 4, 1987
Postseason October 6-25, 1986
1986 • MLB seasons • 1988

The 1987 MLB season ended with the American League Champion Minnesota Twins winning the World Series over the National League Champion St. Louis Cardinals, four games to three, as all seven games were won by the home team.

Publications

Programs and Scorecards
Team Type Venue
Atlanta Braves Spring Training West Palm Beach Municipal Stadium
Regular Season Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium
California Angels Regular Season Anaheim Stadium
Chicago Cubs Spring Training Hohokam Stadium
Regular Season Wrigley Field
Cincinnati Reds Regular Season Riverfront Stadium
Cleveland Indians Regular Season Cleveland Stadium
Detroit Tigers Spring Training Joker Marchant Stadium
Regular Season Tiger Stadium
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins ALCS Tiger Stadium
Houston Astros Spring Training Osceola County Stadium
Kansas City Royals Regular Season Royals Stadium
Milwaukee Brewers Regular Season Milwaukee County Stadium
Minnesota Twins ALCS (vs. Tigers) Metrodome
New York Mets Spring Training Al Lang Stadium
Regular Season (1 • 2) Shea Stadium
New York Yankees Spring Training Fort Lauderdale Stadium
Regular Season Yankee Stadium
Philadelphia Phillies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Regular Season Veterans Stadium
Pittsburgh Pirates Regular Season Three Rivers Stadium
San Francisco Giants Regular Season Candlestick Park
San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals NLCS Candlestick Park
Seattle Mariners Regular Season Kingdome
St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training Al Lang Stadium
St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants NLCS Busch Memorial Stadium
Texas Rangers Spring Training Charlotte Sports Park
Regular Season Arlington Stadium
Toronto Blue Jays Regular Season (1 • 2) SkyDome
American League vs. National League MLB All-Star Game Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Minnesota Twins vs. St. Louis Cardinals World Series Metrodome, Busch Stadium
Media Guides and Yearbooks
Media Guides Atlanta Braves • Baltimore Orioles • Boston Red Sox • Chicago Cubs • Chicago White Sox • Cincinnati Reds • Cleveland Indians • Houston Astros • Kansas City Royals • Los Angeles Dodgers • Milwaukee Brewers • Minnesota Twins • Montreal Expos • Philadelphia Phillies • Pittsburgh Pirates • San Diego Padres • Seattle Mariners • Texas Rangers • Toronto Blue Jays
Postseason Media Guides St. Louis Cardinals
Yearbooks Atlanta Braves • Boston Red Sox • Cincinnati Reds • Detroit Tigers • Kansas City Royals • Los Angeles Dodgers • Milwaukee Brewers • New York Mets • New York Yankees • Pittsburgh Pirates • Toronto Blue Jays


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