Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Phillies Blogathon: Hour 48

No NL 100-win team has won World Series since 1986 Mets.

Phillies Blogathon: Hour 48

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No 100-win National League team has won a World Series since the 1986 Mets.

The 13 triple-digit teams that have failed in the meantime:

Year     Team    W-  L       Lost In Lost To (W-L) Series
2005 Cardinals 100-62 NLCS Astros (89-73) 4-2
2004 Cardinals 105-57 World Series Red Sox (78-64) 4-0
2003 Braves 101-62 NLDS Cubs (88-74) 3-2
2003 Giants 100-61 NLDS Marlins (91-71) 3-1
2002 Braves 101-59 NLDS Giants (95-66) 3-2
1999 Braves 103-59 World Series Yankees (98-64)     4-0
1999 Diamondbacks    100-62 NLDS Mets (97-66) 3-1
1998 Braves 106-56 NLCS Padres (98-64) 4-2
1998 Astros 102-60 NLDS Padres (98-64) 3-1
1997 Braves 101-61 NLCS Marlins (92-70) 4-2
1993 Braves 104-58 NLCS Phillies (97-65) 4-2
1993 Giants 103-59 Did not qualify    
1988 Mets 100-60 NLCS Dodgers (94-67) 4-3
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