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1867 los angeles seraphs (117-45)

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Posted 09-27-2009 at 06:19 PM by darkcloud4579

After a 117-win season -- a league record -- the Seraphs road the backs of their three aces (Gunner Carter, Earl Smith and Nelson Mares) to the post-season to face off against the 83-win Eau Claire Paws. The playoff format is 2 teams from each division makes the post-season and then the seeding is based on records. So the Paws were the 2nd place team in the Central Division, but the #8 seed.

Despite that, they dispatched the Seraphs in seven games to advance to the Division Championship Series against Jacksonville who sent them home in five games. In the Daylight Series, the Washington Maroons beat Jacksonville in seven games to claim their third title in five years.

The Seraphs were the highest salary team in the league that year, bringing in perennial all-stars such as Kurt Born and Nelson Mares to compliment a team of future Hall of Famers including ageless wonder Lars-Erik Johansen who is our version of Babe Ruth - only better - with over 200 career wins and 600 career home runs.

In the end, though, our first year was a success during the regular season and a huge disappointment in the post-season. So we retooled, came back and tried again for the '68 season.
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