No. Preseason games are glorified "practice," and don't count toward a team's record for the season.
No They Do Not.
No, preseason games have no impact on standings at all. They're really nothing but glorified practices.
there are 16 regular season games 4 preseason and playoffs up to 4 games
No. The preseason in MLB is known as Spring Training, and the results of those games don't have any effect on regular season records.
They play preseason games in August, then regular season games September through December - if they make the playoffs they play in January until either they lose or the playoffs end in the Superbowl in early February.
No. A player's statistics will be broken down into regular season and postseason but not preseason. Preseason games are considered practice and a time to find out who will make the team. Many players play in preseason games that don't make the team or would get limited playing time if they do make the team. So preseason statistics do not count towards career totals. Quite frankly, I don't know if any team even keeps historical preseason statistical data.
The ravens went 3-1 in preseason 12-4 in the regular season and 1-1 in the post season (playoffs)
163 games, starting from early April till about end of october if you count playoffs, without playoffs, middle of September
It depends if they get the the playoffs. But usually they get: * 4 preseason games * 16 regular games (17 weeks and one bye or break week) * up to 4 playoff games (only if they get from wildcard to superbowl
10 games in the 2010 regular season (23 preseason games)9 games in the 2009 regular season (22 preseason games)10 games in the 2008 regular season (21 preseason games)8 games in the 2007 regular season (19 preseason games)*no post season games are played on Thursday*