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Yep. In 1973, the New York Mets won a measily 82 regular season games and they went on to take the A's the distance in the fall classic {the second of three consecutive championships for Oakland}. The Minnesota Twins won something like 85 games during the '87 regular season and they went on to win the whole f8cking thing. Psycho is right. Once you reach the playoffs, you can throw out the regular season records. As long as you make the playoffs, you have a legitimate shot of winning{duh}.

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Teh Matts even had a 3-2 lead on the A'sss'es. Gah-dam Reggina Jackson and his HR chased Matlack in G7. Teh Facking Bat-Heaver also HR'd in that game. Same inning, if I recall.

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