1994 MLB season

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1994 Major League Baseball Season
Regular Season April 3-August 11, 1994
Postseason n/a
1993 • MLB seasons • 1995

The 1994 Major League Baseball season began on April 3, but ended early on August 11, 1994 with the 1994-95 Major League Baseball strike. The season started despite the expiration of MLB's previous collective bargaining agreement in the end of 1993. It was the first season played under the current three-division format in each league. It was also the first with an Opening Night game involving two National League teams, which did not become permanent until 1996.

Publications

Programs and Scorecards
Team Type Venue
Atlanta Braves Regular Season Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium
Boston Red Sox Spring Training City of Palms Park
California Angels Spring Training Tempe Diablo Stadium
Chicago Cubs Spring Training Hohokam Park
Regular Season Wrigley Field
Chicago White Sox Spring Training Ed Smith Stadium
Cleveland Indians Regular Season Jacobs Field
Colorado Rockies Spring Training Hi Corbett Field
Kansas City Royals Regular Season Kauffman Stadium
Milwaukee Brewers Spring Training Compadre Stadium
Montreal Expos Regular Season Olympic Stadium
Oakland Athletics Spring Training Phoenix Municipal Stadium
Regular Season Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Philadelphia Phillies Regular Season Veterans Stadium
San Diego Padres Spring Training Peoria Sports Complex
San Francisco Giants Spring Training Scottsdale Stadium
Seattle Mariners Spring Training Peoria Sports Complex
Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field
American League vs. National League All-Star Game Three Rivers Stadium
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