Major League Baseball Wild Card was created in 1995.
1995 was the year the the Wild Card was introduced.
It stands for wild card games behind.
If you are talking about the MLB season, "Wild Card" means that one 2nd place team can advance to divisional playoffs.
There are a total of 4 Wild Card teams in Major League Baseball, 2 from the American League and 2 from the National League. The 2 Wild Card teams in each league have to play in a 1-game Playoff in order to determine the Wild Card team that will be advancing to play 1 of the Divisional Champions.
chance of winning wild card spot
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.
The Florida Marlins in 1997 and 2003.
Two, 1 for each league.
The baseball stat WC means Wild Card as how many games back in the league race a team is.