2002 MLB season

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2003 Major League Baseball Season
Regular Season March 30-September 28, 2003
Postseason September 30-October 25, 2003
2002 • MLB seasons • 2004

The 2003 MLB season ended when the Florida Marlins defeated the New York Yankees in a six-game World Series. The Detroit Tigers set the American League record for losses in a season, with 119, and the Marlins became the first team to win the championship twice as a wild card.

Publications

Programs and Scorecards
Team(s) Type Venue
Cleveland Indians Regular Season Jacobs Field
Colorado Rockies Regular Season (1 • 2) Coors Field
Minnesota Twins vs. Oakland Athletics ALDS Metrodome
San Diego Padres Regular Season Qualcomm Stadium
American League vs. National League MLB All-Star Game Miller Park
Minnesota Twins vs. Anaheim Angels ALCS Metrodome, Edison International Field of Anaheim
Minnesota Twins vs. Anaheim Angels ALCS Metrodome, Edison International Field of Anaheim
St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants NLCS Busch Memorial Stadium, Pacific Bell Park
Anaheim Angels vs. San Francisco Giants World Series Edison International Field of Anaheim, Pacific Bell Park
Media Guides and Yearbooks
Media Guides Colorado Rockies • New York Yankees • Philadelphia Phillies • Toronto Blue Jays
Yearbooks Atlanta Braves • Kansas City Royals • Los Angeles Dodgers • New York Mets • New York Yankees • Oakland Athletics • Philadelphia Phillies • San Francisco Giants


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