How do you think the Expos would have fared for the season if there had been no strike in 1994

How do you think the Expos would have fared for the season if there had been no strike in 1994

At the time of the strike, the Expos had 48 games left with a 6 game lead over Atlanta in the east and a 8.5 game lead over Houston for the wildcard.Based on there schedule, I would say they would have had a 65–70% to win the east and a 85% chance to stay ahead of Houston or Cincy for the wildcard (and an 85% chance to have a better record if they won the east for the top seed).At the time, the top seed didn’t play the wildcard if in the same divison, so they would either play the dumpster fire from the west (the Dodgers were only 2 games over 500) or the second place team from the Central (Atlanta was 2.5 over Houston at that point).

I feel Montreal would have won the 5 game series… but then lose in the NLCS to the Braves (who were just the class of Baseball) if they were the wild card team.If they got an NL Central Team i feel they could win that in 6 or 7.In the World Series, I feel that they would get swept by the Yankees, and lose in 5 or 6 to Baltimore or the White Sox.

They were 74-40 before the strike occurred.They would have at least won the division barring a collapse.