As far as MLB is concerned, winning percentage doesn't really enter in to whether a team makes the playoffs or not. A team makes the playoffs by winning their division or being the team with the highest winning percentage of those other teams that did not win their division. There have been teams to make the playoffs with a record as 'poor' as 83-78, as did the 2006 St. Louis Cardinals who went on to win the World Series. There have been teams with records as good as 94-68 (1982 Baltimore Orioles) that did not make the playoffs. That goes to show that a team with a winning percentage of just over .500 can make the playoffs where a team with a winning percentage of .580 can miss the playoffs.
There is not a specific number of wins you need to make the playoffs. You must be in the top 8 in your conference to make the playoffs.
in 2008, the Montreal canadiens made the playoffs with only 88 ppoints, when you need 94 to make the playoffs
VARIES FROM SEASON TO SEASON!
The Steelers did not make the playoffs in 2009. They won their remaining 3 games, but they did not get the help they needed From The Patriots, Jets or Ravens.
There doesn't need to be Playoffs because there is a different system of determining who is in championship then in the NFL
In 2008 the New York Yankees did not make make the playoffs for the first time since 1995.
As of right now they will need help to make the playoffs. But every year a team can get better or worse.
They need to win the rest of their games and get some help with other teams losing.
its not how many games a team makes the playoffs if there in the top 8 teams of there conference
No, they have to make adjustments. Their o line needs improvement and some secondary players on defense need to be traded or released. Wade Phillips needs to go!
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