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1946-1950 Boston Red Sox vs 1962-1966 Los Angeles Dodgers

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  • 9RoyHobbsRF
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    1946 Red Sox 104-50 .675 1st place
    1947 Red Sox 83-71 .539 3rd place
    1948 Red Sox 96-59 .619 2nd place (tied for 1st, lost 1 game playoff)
    1949 Red Sox 96-58 .623 2nd place (1 game out)
    1950 Red Sox 94-60, .610 3rd place. Ted Williams missed 65 games, last team to hit .300 as a team

    1962 Dodgers 102-63 .618 2nd place (tied for 1st lost 3 game playoff)
    1963 Dodgers 99-63 .611 1st place
    1964 Dodgers 80-82, .494 tied for 6th place
    1965 Dodgers 97-65, .599 1st place
    1966 Dodgers 95-67, .586 1st place

    If I did this right it is 473-298 (.613) for the Sox and 475-340 (.583) for the Dodgers
    Last edited by 9RoyHobbsRF; 09-29-2012, 02:11 PM.

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  • JR Hart
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    Originally posted by 9RoyHobbsRF View Post
    but the Dodgers had an overall weaker record and a miserable 1964 season

    is it the Red Sox fault they played in a league with a much better opponent than the Dodgers had year in year out?
    OK

    let's see the numbers

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  • 9RoyHobbsRF
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    but the Dodgers had an overall weaker record and a miserable 1964 season

    is it the Red Sox fault they played in a league with a much better opponent than the Dodgers had year in year out?

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  • JR Hart
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    2 Championships tops 0

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  • 1946-1950 Boston Red Sox vs 1962-1966 Los Angeles Dodgers

    Can you beleieve I typed 8 nice paragraphs on this and then lost it - will redo shortly, with summaries on each team each year

    but which team was better?

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