Dodgers…Giants…1993, 103 Wins and Not a Wild Scene In The Bay

1993 was the last season of the pre wild-card playoffs, which meant if you won 100 plus games… If you we’re baseball’s second best team… You we’rent exactly guaranteed more baseball after 162 games. Here is a re-blog from last year looking back at the SF Giants team won 103 games, and how the Dodgers broke plenty of hearts by the bay. The 1993 Giants would be the last 100 plus win team to miss out on post-season play…

A Good Drei With Kid N Drei

1993.  Not exactly a memorable season for the Blue.  The 1993 Dodgers would finish at .500 , 81-81, an 18 game improvement from 1992’s 63-99 showing, their worst in L.A. franchise history and the first ( and LAST ) time the Dodgers would finish in last place since 1905.  The 1993 season would mark Barry Bond’s first season with the hated ones after 7 seasons in Pittsburgh, with his final moment in a Bucs uniform coming in Game 7 of the 1992 NLCS as he was unable to throw out the speedster Sid Bream .  As the Braves would continue their yearly post-season run that would last until 2005 ( In the process dulling their fan base ) , the Pirates would go into a 20 year tailspin .  

In the meantime, the 1993 season would be the last season for baseball’s 2 division format.  That…

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