Top 100 Moments That Shaped the 2012 Major League Baseball Season

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Top 100 Moments That Shaped the 2012 Major League Baseball Season
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The 2012 baseball season will go down as the year of Miguel Cabrera, Mike Trout, R.A. Dickey and the Oakland A's incredible run to the AL West crown.

There were seven no-hitters pitched—three of which were perfect games—and the Orioles and Nationals returned to the postseason after lengthy droughts. Every baseball season has many dramatic twists and turns, unexpected highlights, poignant moments and personal accomplishments, and 2012 was no different.

Players like Alex Rodriguez, Ichiro Suzuki, Paul Konerko and Albert Pujols all reached personal milestones and, believe it or not, a Mets pitcher finally pitched a no-hitter after 50 seasons without one. So when all is said and done, how does it all shake out? This list looks at the top 100 moments that shaped the 2012 Major League Baseball season.  

They include the great accomplishments, the grand disasters and the moments that make this game as great as it is. The rankings are based on how they shaped the 2012 season, taking into account their historical significance as well.  

Starting with 10 honorable mentions, here's a look at the 100 moments and accomplishments that shaped the 2012 MLB season.

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