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This article is about the 2003 Major League Baseball season only. For information on all of baseball, see 2003 in baseball.

The 2003 MLB season was the 128th season of Major League Baseball. The season ended when the Florida Marlins defeated the New York Yankees in a six game 2003 World Series.

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Playoffs

  Division Series League Championship Series World Series
                           
  East  New York Yankees 3  
Cent.  Minnesota Twins 1  
  East  New York Yankees 4  
  WC  Boston Red Sox 3  
West  Oakland Athletics 2
  WC  Boston Red Sox 3  
    AL  New York Yankees 2
  NL  Florida Marlins 4
  West  San Francisco Giants 1  
WC  Florida Marlins 3  
  WC  Florida Marlins 4
  Cent.  Chicago Cubs 3  
East  Atlanta Braves 2
  Cent.  Chicago Cubs 3  

Major league baseball final standings

American League
Rank Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
East Division
1st New York Yankees 101   61 .623    --
2nd Boston Red Sox *   95   67 .586   6.0
3rd Toronto Blue Jays   86   76 .531 15.0
4th Baltimore Orioles   71   91 .438 30.0
5th Tampa Bay Devil Rays   63   99 .389 38.0
Central Division
1st Minnesota Twins   90   72 .556    --
2nd Chicago White Sox   86   76 .531   4.0
3rd Kansas City Royals   83   79 .512   7.0
4th Cleveland Indians   68   94 .420 22.0
5th Detroit Tigers   43 119 .265 47.0
West Division
1st Oakland Athletics   96   66 .593    --
2nd Seattle Mariners   93   69 .574   3.0
3rd Anaheim Angels   77   85 .475 19.0
4th Texas Rangers   71   91 .438 25.0
National League
Rank Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
East Division
1st Atlanta Braves 101   61 .623    --
2nd Florida Marlins *   91   71 .562 10.0
3rd Philadelphia Phillies   86   76 .531 15.0
4th Montreal Expos   83   79 .512 18.0
5th New York Mets   66   95 .410 34.5
Central Division
1st Chicago Cubs   88   74 .543    --
2nd Houston Astros   87   75 .537   1.0
3rd St. Louis Cardinals   85   77 .525   3.0
4th Pittsburgh Pirates   75   87 .463 13.0
5th Cincinnati Reds   69   93 .426 19.0
6th Milwaukee Brewers   68   94 .420 20.0
West Division
1st San Francisco Giants 100   61 .621    --
2nd Los Angeles Dodgers   85   77 .525 15.5
3rd Arizona Diamondbacks   84   78 .519 16.5
4th Colorado Rockies   74   88 .457 26.5
5th San Diego Padres   64   98 .395 36.5

 

  • The asterisk denotes the club that won the wild card for its respective league.

Statistical leaders

  American League National League
Type Name Stat Name Stat
AVG Bill Mueller BOS .326 Albert Pujols STL .359
HR Alex Rodriguez TEX 47 Jim Thome PHI 47
RBI Carlos Delgado TOR 145 Preston Wilson COL 141
Wins Roy Halladay TOR 22 Russ Ortiz ATL 21
ERA Pedro Martínez BOS 2.22 Jason Schmidt SFG 2.34
SO Esteban Loaiza CHW 207 Kerry Wood CHC 266
SV Keith Foulke OAK 43 Eric Gagné LAD 55
SB Carl Crawford TBD 55 Juan Pierre FLA 65

References

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