The 1981 Kansas City Royals, the only team in the history of Major League Baseball to qualify for postseason play with a losing record. The Royals went 50–53 during the strike-interrupted season.
Has a 100 win team ever missed the playoffs?
Only the 2001 Oakland Athletics, the 2018 New York Yankees, and the 2021 Los Angeles Dodgers made the playoffs as 100-win Wild Card teams. The following teams missed the postseason despite winning 100 games during the regular season: 1909 Chicago Cubs ( 104–49 ) (. … 1942 Brooklyn Dodgers ( 104–50 ) (.
Has any baseball team had a perfect postseason?
In fact, the 2007 Colorado Rockies are the only team to have entered the World Series with a perfect 7-0 postseason record, and they promptly got swept by the aforementioned Red Sox.
What team has lost the World Series the most times?
The Dodgers of the NL have the most losses with 14, while the Yankees have the most losses among AL teams with 13. The St.
Has a 50 win team ever missed the playoffs?
Never has a team with at least 50 wins missed the playoffs. Even before the 82-game season was instituted, no team above .
What is the greatest MLB record of all time?
Best MLB Regular Season Records
|3||New York Yankees||114-48|
Has anyone ever swept the World Series?
21. There have been twenty-one World Series sweeps in Major League history. The American League has won / swept thirteen Fall Classics. … In the National League the New York Giants / San Francisco Giants (3x) and Cincinnati Reds (2x) have had more than one sweep.
Who has never won a World Series?
Longest current World Series championship droughts
|Seasons||Team||Last World Series championship won|
|61||Texas Rangers||Never (franchise began 1961)|
|53||Milwaukee Brewers||Never (franchise began 1969)|
|53||San Diego Padres||Never (franchise began 1969)|
|45||Seattle Mariners||Never (franchise began 1977)|
Who has won 3 World Series in a row?
1949-53 Yankees (five straight World Series wins)
The Yankees have won three World Series in a row (1998-2000). They’ve won four World Series in a row (1936-39). And they’ve won five World Series in a row — the longest championship streak in MLB history.