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  1. The 1987 American League Championship Series pitted the Minnesota Twins, the American League West champions, against the Detroit Tigers, the American League East champions. Minnesota won the Series four games to one, en route to winning the 1987 World Series four games to three over the St. Louis Cardinals .

    • October 7–12
    • NBC
  2. Minnesota Twins. over. Detroit Tigers. (4-1) 1986 ALCS 1988 ALCS. Dates: October 7 - 12, 1987. WS MVP: Frank Viola. NLCS MVP: Jeffrey Leonard. ALCS MVP: Gary Gaetti.

  3. Minnesota Twins beat Detroit Tigers (8-5). Oct 7, 1987, Attendance: 53269, Time of Game: 2:46. Visit Baseball-Reference.com for the complete box score, play-by-play, and win probability.

  4. 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.

  5. 6 de set. de 2022 · 1987 World Series recap; WATCH: 1987 World Series highlights; A brief history: ... American League Championship Series. ALCS. Twins defeat Tigers 4-1. 1987 ...

  6. View history. 1987 American League Championship Series. From BR Bullpen. ALCS (4-1): Minnesota Twins over Detroit Tigers. BR 1987 ALCS Summary. Contents. 1 Introduction. 1.1 Umpires. 2 Results. 2.1 Game 1. 2.2 Game 2. 2.3 Game 3. 2.4 Game 4. 2.5 Game 5. 3 Related Sites. 3.1 1987 Postseason. Introduction [ edit] Umpires [ edit]

  7. ALCS. 1979 →. The 1978 American League Championship Series was a best-of-five playoff pitting the New York Yankees against the Kansas City Royals for the American League pennant and the right to represent the American League in the 1978 World Series. The Yankees defeated the Royals for the third straight year to win the pennant.