When, after 162 games, two teams are tied for the division lead, or for the wildcard spot, those two teams, and only those two teams, play a one-game "playoff" to determine which team wins the division or the wildcard spot. It happens less often than you might think.
It is usually 162, but there have been seasons with 163 or even 165 games.
probably baseball because they travel every week and have about 163 games per season
163 games, starting from early April till about end of october if you count playoffs, without playoffs, middle of September
There are 162 games each season in baseball.
According to Baseball-Reference.com, Babe Ruth batted in 2503 games and pitched in 163 games. He also batted in 41 post season games and pitched in 3 post season games and appeared in 2 All-Star games (the All-Star Game did not start until 1933).
There are 162 games in the regular season.
162 regular season games.
162 games in each Major League Baseball Season
56 regular season games
There are a total of 162 games for each Major League Baseball team during the Regular Season.
The Yankees' regular-season record in 2003 was 101-61.
The MLB regular season in 1914 was 154 games.
There are 162 games in a team's regular season.
162 regular season games
162 games, per team, a season.
Each team plays 162 regular-season games.
In the regular season there are 162 games not including spring training or the post season
162 unless there's a tie for first and neither team could win the wild card.then it would be 163 if there are two teams tied for first.(not including playoffs)