These are the 2014 MLB Team Labels. They include the team logo, record, final standing, Playoff Result, Manager(s), Ballpark, Capacity, Weather Ratings, Ballpark Effect Ratings, Fence Height, and any other secondary or commemorative logo. The set also includes a label for the MLB Mixed Group, which includes players who were issued the multiple-cards in the set. Please see the first blog post for general instructions on printing/application of the labels. These labels may be revised in the future to add uniforms.
This season IS currently available for purchase from Strat-O-Matic: 2014 Baseball Cards and Additional Players
- Giant Step: San Francisco establishes a modern dynasty
- Royal Highness: Kansas City wins the AL pennant for first time in 29 years
- Doubly Dominant: Dodgers’ Kershaw wins NL Cy Young and MVP
There’s something for everyone in this memorable season. San Francisco established a modern-day dynasty by winning its third World Series in five years. With blazing speed and unequalled defense, Kansas City raced through the AL playoffs and took the Giants to a seventh game before Madison Bumgarner achieved World Series pitching legend.
A highly competitive regular season had tight division races, strong Wild Card teams, and few mismatches (no team won 100 or lost 100). It had batting and pitching starts – sluggers like Baltimore’s Nelson Cruz (40 HR) and aces like the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw, who won the NL Cy Young and MVP awards with an all-time great season: 21-3, 1.77 with 239 Ks and an 0.857 WHIP. Rookies of the year were the White Sox’ Jose Abreu (.317-36-107) and Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom (2.49 ERA, 144 Ks in 140 IP). Emerging stars included Houston’s batting champ Jose Altuve (.341) and Pittsburgh’s super utility man Josh Harrison (.315), Cleveland’s Cy Young starter Cory Kluber (18-9, 2.44 with 269 Ks) and the Yankees’ 90-inning reliever Dellin Betances (5-0, 1.44 ERA, 0.778 WHIP and 135 Ks).
Elevate your enjoyment of the history-making 2014 season with scores of key players to make your replay rosters more complete.
The Additional Players include the popular “total cards” that show the combined statistics for players traded between leagues in mid-season. In 2014 that includes Jeff Samardzija, Chase Headley and Martin Prado. Other Additional Players include men with limited time, but may have had the at-bats or starting pitching assignments you want for a detailed season replay. New this year: The Additional Players include 99 “bonus” players – individual pitcher’s batting cards and players like Cuban sensation Rusney Castillo, who had only 36 at-bats for Boston, but hit .333.
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