Now that Tampa has made the playoffs, every single MLB team has made the playoffs at some point in its history, although Washington hasn't made the playoffs since they moved to DC; their last playoff appearance was in 1981 as the Montreal Expos.
The playoff race in Baseball is when the teams from each league play to have the highest game winning to make it to the playoffs and try to get to the world series. One team from each division makes it and the teams that come in fourth in each League get the wild card and also advance.
eight teams. four in AL and four in NL
The Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers and Washington Nationals have never been to the World Series.
Boston Red Sox
In 1955 there was no playoff format. The winner (team with the best record) of the American League played the winner of the National League. The Brooklyn Dodgers beat the New York Yankees in the 1955 World Series.
The Mariners and Nationals are the only two teams left to never have made a world series appearance.
they go to a 1 game playoff
Winnipeg Jets/Atlanta Thrashers franchise Columbus Blue Jackets franchise those are the only two
Charlotte Bobcats only...
mariners, nationals, rangers
well letz see 8 teams make the playoffs right 4 from the American league 4 from the national league so do the math 1 out of 8 1/8 playoff teams win the world series
The Seattle Mariners and the Washington Nationals (formerly the Montreal Expos) have never appeared in the World Series.