The most games played in one season including playoffs are179. ( Not including Spring Training )
26. Not including playoffs.
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 34 games in a WNBA season, not including playoffs. The most there could possible be in a season, including playoffs, would be 43.
Sunday, Oct. 3rd is the final day of the regular season. The National League and American League playoffs begin on Wednesday, Oct. 6th.
The Boston Bruins are one of the original six teams in the National Hockey League. In the team's 90 year history they have made the playoffs seventy times not including the season that did not have playoffs because of a lockout.
Before the season starts Major League umpires are put into crews, and the crews are scheduled for their games by Major League Baseball. Once the playoffs start individual umpires are selected based on their grades during the season.
Chicago Bears, as of start of 2011 season, 704 Regular Season wins, 721 including Playoffs. Green Bay Packers are second with 664 Regular Season wins, 693 including Playoffs. NY Giants are third with 636 Regular Season wins, 656 including Playoffs. Pittsburg Steelers are fourth with 546 Regular Season wins, 579 including Playoffs. source: NFL
This depends on the sport, league, and season.
162 unless there's a tie for first and neither team could win the wild card.then it would be 163 if there are two teams tied for first.(not including playoffs)
There are three divisions in each the American and National League. Four teams make the playoffs in each league. The winner of each division plays in the postseason, and the team with the best record in ecah league that came in second place wins the Wild card spot in the playoffs.
All the major league baseball teams agree on a schedule of playing among themselves, with each team playing 161 games. Anything that happens after that, the playoffs, the league championships, the World Series is all after the regular season, hence post-season.
1995 ... right after the strike in 1994 that wiped out the last 50 or so games of the season and the playoffs.
The regular baseball season doe not start for another week, so no team, including the Red Sox played in a playoff game. The playoffs, or League Championship series don't begin until the regular season is over in October.
The 2011 regular season will end during the last week of September. The playoffs will begin on Friday, September 30th with the two American League Division Series. The National League Division Series starts Saturday, October 1st.
You have the playoffs and then the World Series.
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.
At the start of the 2011 season, that would be the Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos franchise who last made the playoffs in 1981. Next comes the Kansas City Royals who were last in the playoffs in 1985.
The 1998 Yankees won a then-record 114 games in the regular season. Including the playoffs, the team won a major-league record 125 games.
Playoff teamsThere are two Leagues in Major League Baseball. The American League and National League. Each league is divided into three divisions. East Central, and West. The winner of each division at the end of the regular season goes on to the playoffs, and he team with the best record that finishes in second place wins the wild card spot. The four teams in each league play each other in the playoffs and the winner moves on to the World Series.
If you are talking about the MLB season, "Wild Card" means that one 2nd place team can advance to divisional playoffs.
The baseball playoffs begin a few days after the regular season ends in early October.
4 in a regular season game and 6 in the playoffs