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The 1994 season of the National League was the one hundred nineteenth season of the league.

Contents

[edit] Season summary

[edit] Standings

Due to the season being canceled, there were no league champions
Rank Team G W L T WPCT GB RS (RS/G) RA (RA/G) AVG OBP SLG ERA FPCT
Central Division
1 Cincinnati Reds 115 66 48 1 .574 -.- 609 (5.30) 490 (4.26) 0.286 0.349 0.449 3.78 0.983
2 Houston Astros 115 66 49 0 .574 0.5 602 (5.23) 503 (4.37) 0.278 0.343 0.445 3.97 0.984
3 Pittsburgh Pirates 114 53 61 0 .465 13.0 466 (4.09) 580 (5.09) 0.259 0.320 0.384 4.64 0.981
3 St. Louis Cardinals 115 53 61 1 .461 12.5 535 (4.65) 621 (5.40) 0.263 0.337 0.414 5.14 0.982
5 Chicago Cubs 113 49 64 0 .434 16.5 500 (4.42) 549 (4.86) 0.259 0.322 0.404 4.47 0.982
Eastern Division
1 Montreal Expos 114 74 40 0 .649 -.- 585 (5.13) 454 (3.98) 0.278 0.340 0.435 3.56 0.979
2 Atlanta Braves 114 68 46 0 .596 6.0 542 (4.75) 448 (3.93) 0.267 0.332 0.434 3.57 0.982
3 New York Mets 113 55 58 0 .487 18.5 506 (4.48) 526 (4.65) 0.250 0.310 0.394 4.13 0.980
4 Philadelphia Phillies 115 54 61 0 .470 20.5 521 (4.53) 497 (4.32) 0.262 0.329 0.390 3.85 0.978
5 Florida Marlins 115 51 64 0 .443 23.5 468 (4.07) 576 (5.01) 0.266 0.326 0.396 4.50 0.978
Western Division
1 Los Angeles Dodgers 114 58 56 0 .509 -.- 532 (4.67) 509 (4.46) 0.270 0.333 0.414 4.23 0.980
2 San Francisco Giants 115 55 60 0 .478 3.5 504 (4.38) 500 (4.35) 0.249 0.313 0.402 3.99 0.985
3 Colorado Rockies 117 53 64 0 .453 6.5 573 (4.90) 638 (5.45) 0.274 0.337 0.439 5.15 0.981
4 San Diego Padres 117 47 70 0 .402 12.5 479 (4.09) 531 (4.54) 0.275 0.327 0.401 4.08 0.975

[edit] League leaders

Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record

[edit] Batting

Statistic Leader Team Number
Games Played Dante Bichette Colorado Rockies 116
At Bats Dante Bichette Colorado Rockies 484
Runs Scored Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros 104
Hits Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres 165
Doubles Craig Biggio
Larry Walker
Houston Astros
Montreal Expos
44
Triples Brett Butler
Darren Lewis
Los Angeles Dodgers
San Francisco Giants
9
Home Runs Matt Williams San Francisco Giants 43
Total Bases Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros 300
Runs Batted In Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros 116
Stolen Bases Craig Biggio Houston Astros 39
Caught Stealing Deion Sanders Atlanta Braves/Cincinnati Reds 16
Walks Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants 74
Intentional Base-on-Balls Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants 18
Hit by Pitch Fernando Vina New York Mets 12
Strikeouts Reggie Sanders Cincinnati Reds 114
Sacrifice Hits Ken Hill Montreal Expos 16
Sacrifice Flies Darrin Fletcher Montreal Expos 12
Grounded into Double Plays Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres 20
Batting Average Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres 0.394
On-Base Percentage Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres 0.454
Slugging Percentage Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros 0.750
On-Base plus Slugging Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros 1.201
On-Base plus Slugging Plus Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros 213

[edit] Pitching

Statistic Leader Team Number
Wins Ken Hill
Greg Maddux
Montreal Expos
Atlanta Braves
16
Losses Andy Benes San Diego Padres 14
Win-Loss Percentage Marvin Freeman Colorado Rockies 0.833
Appearances Steve Reed Colorado Rockies 61
Games Started Jose Rijo Cincinnati Reds 26
Complete Games Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves 10
Shutouts Greg Maddux
Ramon Martinez
Atlanta Braves
Los Angeles Dodgers
3
Games Finished Rod Beck San Francisco Giants 47
Saves John Franco New York Mets 30
Innings Pitched Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves 202.0
Batters Faced Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves 774
Hits Allowed Bob Tewksbury St. Louis Cardinals 190
Home Runs Allowed Pete Smith New York Mets 25
Base-on-Balls Allowed Darryl Kile Houston Astros 82
Intentional Base-on-Balls Andy Ashby San Diego Padres 12
Hit Batsmen Pedro Martinez Montreal Expos 11
Strikeouts Andy Benes San Diego Padres 189
Wild Pitches Darryl Kile
Richie Lewis
Scott Sanders
Houston Astros
Florida Marlins
San Diego Padres
10
Balks Ravelo Manzanillo Pittsburgh Pirates 5
Runs Allowed Greg Harris Colorado Rockies 99
Earned Runs Allowed Greg Harris Colorado Rockies 96
Earned Run Average Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves 1.56
Walks plus Hits
per Inning Pitched
Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves 0.896

[edit] All-Star Game

The National League won the sixty-fifth midsummer classic at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, PA on Tuesday, July 12, 1994 by a score of 8 to 7 in 10 innings. The league's manager was Jim Fregosi.

[edit] Postseason

The 1994 Postseason was cancelled due to a player's strike.

[edit] Award winners

The winner of the league's Most Valuable Player Award, given its Most Valuable Player, was Jeff Bagwell, a first baseman with the Houston Astros. In the award's voting, he had 392 out of a possible 392 points and 28 first place votes.

The winner of the league's Cy Young Award, given its best pitcher, was Greg Maddux of the Atlanta Braves. In the award's voting, he had 140 out of a possible 140 points and 28 first place votes.

The winner of the league's Rookie of the Year Award, given its best rookie player, was Raul Mondesi, an outfielder with the Los Angeles Dodgers. In the award's voting, he had 140 out of a possible 140 points and 28 first place votes.

[edit] Gold Gloves

The following players won the Gold Glove Award, given to the league's best fielders as voted upon by its managers and coaches, at their respective position.

Position Player Team
P Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves
C Tom Pagnozzi St. Louis Cardinals
1B Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros
2B Craig Biggio Houston Astros
3B Barry Larkin Cincinnati Reds
SS Matt Williams San Francisco Giants
OF Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants
Marquis Grissom Montréal Expos
Darren Lewis San Francisco Giants

[edit] Silver Sluggers

The following players won the Silver Slugger Award, given to the league's best hitters as voted upon by its managers and coaches, at their respective position.

Position Player Team
C Mike Piazza Los Angeles Dodgers
1B Jeff Bagwell Houston Astros
2B Craig Biggio Houston Astros
3B Matt Williams San Francisco Giants
SS Wil Cordero Montreal Expos
OF Moises Alou Montreal Expos
Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants
Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres
P Mark Portugal San Francisco Giants

[edit] Hall of Fame Game

The forty-eighth annual Hall of Fame Game was played on August 1 at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown, NY near the National Baseball Hall of Fame. In the game, the National League's Philadelphia Phillies lost to the Seattle Mariners of the American League by a score of 4 to 3.

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