The unique 60-game 2020 Major League Baseball regular season has quickly come to a close and the expanded playoffs start Tuesday. For the first time in MLB history, two teams with a losing record (Houston Astros and Milwaukee Brewers) have made the playoffs.

These expanded playoffs have also allowed the Miami Marlins, Chicago White Sox, and San Diego Padres to make the postseason for the first time in over a decade. These playoffs will be very exciting and like nothing we have seen before.

At the end of the day, one of these 16 playoff teams will be crowned as the 2020 World Series champions. Three of these teams have never won a title in the history of their franchise (Brewers, San Diego Padres, Tampa Bay Rays).

10 of these teams have not won a title in over 20 years. Will this be the year that one of those long title droughts end?

1. Cleveland Indians: 71 Years (1949 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 4 American League (35-25)

Last World Series Title: 1948 vs. Boston Braves

Last World Series Appearance: 2016 vs. Chicago Cubs

Last Playoff Appearance: 2018 American League Central Champions

T2. Milwaukee Brewers: 51 Years (1969 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 8 National League (29-31)

Last World Series Title: N/A

Last World Series Appearance: 1982 vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Last Playoff Appearance: 2019 National League Wild Card

T2. San Diego Padres: 51 Years (1969 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 4 National League (37-23)

Last World Series Title: N/A

Last World Series Appearance: 1998 vs. New York Yankees

Last Playoff Appearance: 2006 National League West Champions

4. Los Angeles Dodgers: 31 Years (1989 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 1 National League (43-17)

Last World Series Title: 1988 vs. Oakland Athletics

Last World Series Appearance: 2018 vs. Boston Red Sox

Last Playoff Appearance: 2019 National League West Champions

5. Oakland Athletics: 30 Years (1990 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 2 American League (36-24)

Last World Series Title: 1989 vs. San Francisco Giants

Last World Series Appearance: 1990 vs. Cincinnati Reds

Last Playoff Appearance: 2019 American League Wild Card

6. Cincinnati Reds: 29 Years (1991 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 7 National League (31-29)

Last World Series Title: 1990 vs. Oakland Athletics

Last World Series Appearance: 1990 vs. Oakland Athletics

Last Playoff Appearance: 2013 National League Wild Card

7. Minnesota Twins: 28 Years (1992 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 3 American League (36-24)

Last World Series Title: 1991 vs. Atlanta Braves

Last World Series Appearance: 1991 vs. Atlanta Braves

Last Playoff Appearance: 2019 American League Central Champions

8. Toronto Blue Jays: 26 Years (1994 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 8 American League (32-28)

Last World Series Title: 1993 vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Last World Series Appearance: 1993 vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Last Playoff Appearance: 2016 American League Wild Card

9. Atlanta Braves: 24 Years (1996 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 2 National League (35-25)

Last World Series Title: 1995 vs. Cleveland Indians

Last World Series Appearance: 1999 vs. New York Yankees

Last Playoff Appearance: 2019 National League East Champions

10. Tampa Bay Rays: 22 Years (1998 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 1 American League (40-20)

Last World Series Title: N/A

Last World Series Appearance: 2008 vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Last Playoff Appearance: 2019 American League Wild Card

11. Miami Marlins: 16 Years (2004 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 6 National League (31-29)

Last World Series Title: 2003 vs. New York Yankees

Last World Series Appearance: 2003 vs. New York Yankees

Last Playoff Appearance: 2003 National League Wild Card

12. Chicago White Sox: 14 Years (2006 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 7 American League (35-25)

Last World Series Title: 2005 vs. Houston Astros

Last World Series Appearance: 2005 vs. Houston Astros

Last Playoff Appearance: 2008 American League Central Champions

13. New York Yankees: 10 Years (2010 – 2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 5 American League (33-27)

Last World Series Title: 2009 vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Last World Series Appearance: 2009 vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Last Playoff Appearance: 2019 American League East Champions

14. St. Louis Cardinals: 8 Years (2012-2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 5 National League (30-28)

Last World Series Title: 2011 vs. Texas Rangers

Last World Series Appearance: 2013 vs. Boston Red Sox

Last Playoff Appearance: 2019 National League Central Champions

15. Chicago Cubs: 3 Years (2017-2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 3 National League (34-26)

Last World Series Title: 2016 vs. Cleveland Indians

Last World Series Appearance: 2016 vs. Cleveland Indians

Last Playoff Appearance: 2018 National League Wild Card

16. Houston Astros: 2 Years (2018-2019)

2020 Record and Seed Number: No. 6 American League (29-31)

Last World Series Title: 2017 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

Last World Series Appearance: 2019 vs. Washington Nationals

Last Playoff Appearance: 2019 American League West Champions