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Q: Series Sweeps in Major League Baseball ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Series Sweeps in Major League Baseball
Category: Sports and Recreation > Team Sports
Asked by: shirov-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 01 May 2006 03:59 PDT
Expires: 31 May 2006 03:59 PDT
Question ID: 724343
In the last 5 years, how many times did a team get swept in a 3 or 4
game series in Major League Baseball during the regular season.  Could
I also get
who won and lost each series involved in the sweep?

Clarification:  A sweep or getting swept refers to lose all games in
the 3 or 4 game series.

Request for Question Clarification by rainbow-ga on 01 May 2006 10:04 PDT
Hi shirov,

Please let me know if this is what you are referring to:

"The last six World Series sweeps have come in pairs -- 1989 Oakland
and 1990 Cincinnati, 1998-99 New York Yankees, 2004 Boston and 2005
Chicago White Sox."

If the above information is what you are looking for, please let me
know and I will search for the losers of each game of the 6 sweeps.

Looking forward to your clarification.

Best regards,

Clarification of Question by shirov-ga on 01 May 2006 16:35 PDT
I only talking about regular season games, not the playoffs and not
the world series.

Thanks for looking,

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