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  1. The 1984 American League Championship Series matched the East Division champion Detroit Tigers against the West Division champion Kansas City Royals. The Tigers took the series in a three-game sweep to advance to the 1984 World Series against the San Diego Padres .

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  2. Detroit Tigers. over. Kansas City Royals. (3-0) 1983 ALCS 1985 ALCS. Dates: October 2 - 5, 1984. WS MVP: Alan Trammell. NLCS MVP: Steve Garvey. ALCS MVP: Kirk Gibson.

  3. The 1984 American League Championship Series matched the East Division champion Detroit Tigers against the West Division champion Kansas City Royals. The Tigers took the series in a three-game sweep to advance to the 1984 World Series against the San Diego Padres.

  4. Did you know that this particular date was the 17 anniversary of his first Major League home run. Baseball history in 1984 American League by Baseball Almanac - a walk through the 1984 American League season with stats, top 25, final standings, rosters and other baseball history.

  5. Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz jumps onto home plate after winning Game 4 of the 2004 American League Championship Series at Fenway Park. The American League Championship Series (ALCS), also known as the American League Pennant, is a best-of-seven playoff and one of two League Championship Series comprising the penultimate round of Major League Baseball's (MLB) postseason.

  6. 1984 AL Championship Series (3-0): Detroit Tigers (104-58) defeated Kansas City Royals (84-78) BR 1984 ALCS Summary

  7. Detroit Tigers beat Kansas City Royals (1-0). Oct 5, 1984, Attendance: 52168, Time of Game: 2:39. Visit Baseball-Reference.com for the complete box score, play-by-play, and win probability.