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  1. The Best Teams of the 2010s

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  2. Honorable Mention: 2016 Indians

    ▪️ 94-67 record ▪️ Beat Red Sox and Blue Jays in playoffs ▪️ One game away from ending 68-year World Series drought

    Honorable Mention: 2011 Phillies

    ▪️ 102-60 record ▪️ Lost to Cardinals in five games in NLDS ▪️ Rotation featured Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels and Roy Oswalt

    Honorable Mention: 2011 Cardinals

    ▪️ 90-72 record ▪️ Beat Phillies, Brewers and Rangers in playoffs ▪️ Were down to their final strike in the World Series, twice

  3. The Top-10 ⬇️

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    🔟 2019 Yankees

    ▪️ 103-59 record ▪️ Swept Twins in ALDS ▪️ Hit 306 HRs in regular season (2nd most ever)

    9️⃣ 2017 Dodgers

    ▪️ 104-58 record ▪️ Beat D-backs, Cubs in playoffs ▪️ Only lost one game in NLDS, NLCS

    8️⃣ 2019 Astros

    ▪️ 107-55 record ▪️ Beat Rays, Yankees in playoffs ▪️ Verlander and Cole finished No. 1 and No. 2 for Cy Young

    7️⃣ 2015 Royals

    ▪️ 95-67 record ▪️ Beat Astros, Blue Jays and Mets in playoffs ▪️ Ended 30-year World Series drought

  5. 6️⃣ 2019 Nationals

    ▪️ 93-69 record ▪️ Beat Brewers, Dodgers, Cardinals and Astros in playoffs ▪️ Won all four games in World Series on the road

    5️⃣ 2012 Giants

    ▪️ 94-68 record ▪️ Beat Reds, Cardinals and Tigers in playoffs ▪️ 5-0 in elimination games that postseason

    4️⃣ 2013 Red Sox

    ▪️ 97-65 record ▪️ Beat Rays, Tigers and Cardinals in playoffs ▪️ World Series MVP David Ortiz batted .688

    3️⃣ 2017 Astros

    ▪️ 101-61 record ▪️ Beat Red Sox, Yankees and Dodgers in playoffs ▪️ Won first World Series in franchise history

    2️⃣ 2016 Cubs

    ▪️ 103-58 record ▪️ Beat Giants, Dodgers and Indians in playoffs ▪️ Ended 108-year World Series drought

  6. 1️⃣ 2018 Red Sox

    ▪️ 108-54 record ▪️ Beat Yankees, Astros, Dodgers in playoffs ▪️ Arguably greatest Red Sox team ever