Originally it was 8 total, 3 division winners from each league as well as 1 Wild Card winner for each league. The Wild Card winner is the team from each league that has the best record that did not win a division. However starting with the 2012 Playoffs, an additional Wild Card winner from both leagues will be added into the Playoffs so now a total of 10 teams can make the Playoffs.
8 teams make the MLB playoffs.
American:Angels - YankeesNational:Dodgers - Phillies
As of 2012's Postseason, 10 teams in total, 5 teams from each league will make the Postseason.
Every year, 8 teams qualify for the MLB playoffs. If you win your division, you make the playoffs.
There are always four teams from the National League and four from the American League.
Washington Nationals. don't know any others
With the Tampa Bay Rays making the playoffs in the 2008 season, all MLB teams have made the playoffs at least one time.
There are no major league baseball teams from North Dakota.
Each league has five teams make the Playoffs. Each league has its teams broken into three divisions. The winning team of each division makes the Playoffs. The Wild Card teams are the teams with the 2 best records in their league during the Regular season that did not win a division.
No, the playoffs are designed so that the three division winners in each league are automatically in the playoffs. A wild card team in each league makes the playoffs with the best record among non-division winners.
As of 2010 there are 30 Major League Baseball teams.
There are 30 Major League baseball teams, 16 in the National League, and 14 in the American League.