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  3. Major league baseball emerged in the 1870s, and four major leagues, including the NL, played at least one season of baseball in the nineteenth century. During this period, dozens of franchises were founded, but most went defunct, leaving just twelve NL franchises by the 1892 season .

  4. The Major League Baseball postseason is an elimination tournament held after the conclusion of the Major League Baseball (MLB) regular season. Starting in 2022, the playoffs for each league—American and National—consist of two best-of-three wild-card playoffs contested by the worst-seeded division winner and the three wild card teams, two best-of-five Division Series (LDS) featuring the ...

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  6. Jun 03, 2022 · There’s always going to be some Major League Baseball teams that don’t compete during a given year. With 30 teams and only 12 playoff spots, some teams just don’t make the cut. Let’s take a look at 10 Major League Baseball teams that are looking ahead to next year or beyond.

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