Both the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim made it to the postseason in 2009.
Its La the Dodgers and the Angels. Dodgers lost to Philly and the Angels lost to the Yankees
2 cities, both Chicago and LA had both of their MLB teams in the playoffs Chicago: The Red Sox and Cubs Los Angeles: Angels and Dodgers
Alex Rodriguez in 2009 and Bernie Williams in 1996 both are tied with 6 home runs in a single postseason.
Both the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim participated in the 2009 postseason.
In Major League Baseball, a wild card may be issued if two teams in both the American and the National league qualify for the postseason even though they did not win in their division.
Yes, both teams can score.
There are around 25 players on both teams.
In 2008, Cole Hamels was the postseason star for the Philadelphia Phillies. He was named Most Valuable Player for both the NLCS and World Series. Hamels went 4-0 with a 1.80 ERA in five postseason starts.
Both teams have been back and forth... 2009 the Colts are better due to not losing a game yet.
Theoretically, yes. If two SEC teams finish 13-0 and 12-1 (such as Alabama and Florida in 2009) they can both be invited to the championship game. However, Florida was passed in the standings by Texas in 2009.