Toronto Blue Jays
Los Angeles Dodgers
| Kansas City Royals|
St. Louis Cardinals
Kansas City Royals
Kansas City Royals
| April 8, 1985 – October 27, 1985|
Willie McGee, Don Mattingly
1984 Major League Baseball season
World Series: Kansas City Royals over St. Louis Cardinals (4–3); Bret Saberhagen, MVP
American League Championship Series MVP: George Brett
National League Championship Series MVP: Ozzie Smith
All-Star Game, July 16 at the Metrodome: National League, 6–1; LaMarr Hoyt, MVP
On August 4, At Yankee Stadium, Tom Seaver won his 300th game as a member of the Chicago White Sox.
On September 11, Pete Rose hit his 4,192nd hit, breaking Ty Cobb's all-time Major League career hits record.
On October 6, Phil Niekro won his 300th game and became the oldest pitcher to pitch a shutout as a member of the New York Yankees.
Most Valuable Player
Don Mattingly, New York Yankees, 1B (AL)
Willie McGee, St. Louis Cardinals, OF (NL)
Cy Young Award
Bret Saberhagen, Kansas City Royals (AL)
Dwight Gooden, New York Mets (NL)
Rookie of the Year
Ozzie Guillén, Chicago White Sox, SS (AL)
Vince Coleman, St. Louis Cardinals, OF (NL)
Manager of the Year Award
Bobby Cox, Toronto Blue Jays (AL)
Whitey Herzog, St. Louis Cardinals (NL)
1985 Major League Baseball season Wikipedia
The 1985 Major League Baseball season ended with the Kansas City Royals defeating the St. Louis Cardinals in the seventh game of the I-70 World Series. Bret Saberhagen, the regular season Cy Young Award winner, was named MVP of the Series. The National League won the All-Star Game for the second straight year.
The League Championship Series playoffs were expanded to a best-of-seven format beginning this year, and both leagues ended up settling their pennant winners in more than five games, with the Royals beating the Toronto Blue Jays in seven games, and the Cardinals beating the Los Angeles Dodgers in six games.