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The Origins of Baseball.
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My Top Baseball Teams of All Time - Part two (Also in no particular order)

My Top Baseball Teams of All Time Part two (Also in no particular order)
1955 Brooklyn Dodgers They won the pennant by 13.5 games. Scored 857 runs while allowing 650 runs Finally beat the New York Yankees in The World Series. They had five future Hall of Famers on the team. Duke Snider, Pee Wee Reese, Jackie Robinson, Roy Campenella, and Sandy Koufax.
1961 New York Yankees They won 109 games. They had Six players with at least 20 home runs led by Mickey Mantle (54 home runs) and Roger Maris (61 home runs), setting a record for most home runs in a year. Beat the Reds in the World Series four games to one
1969 Mets Because they finished the previous year 24 games out of first place. They had most of the same players in 1969 that they had in 1968. Because they seemed to create an aura of invincibility. This is one team for the ages.
1976 Cincinnati Reds Won all seven of their playoff games. Scored 857 runs while allowing 633. Seven pitchers with double digit wins. Won pennant by ten games. Three future Hall

of Famers Johnny Bench, Joe Morgan and Tony Perez.
1984 Detroit Tigers Won the Eastern Division by 15 games. Started the season in first place and stayed there for the entire year. Winning 35 of their first 40 games.
1998 New York Yankees Won their division by 22 games. Including playoffs they won 125 games and lost only 50 games for an overall 714 winning per cent age. They scored more than 300 runs over their opponents. 965 runs - opposition 656 runs. Ten players with at least 10 home runs.
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