American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The period after the end of a regular season in which additional games or playoffs are held, especially to determine a champion.
- adv. In, of, or relating to the postseason.
“QUOTE TO NOTE: The experience for our guys to play in postseason is immeasurable.”
“His four consecutive 100-yard games in the postseason is also a new record.”
“One of the best indicators of who will make the postseason is the percentage of starts made by the rotations set at the beginning of the season.”
“OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Needing an unlikely finish to make the playoffs, the postseason is an afterthought to Danny Granger and the Indiana Pacers now.”
“Their nine combined in the postseason is a record for teammates under age 25.”
“The team that looks like a virtual lock for the postseason is the Los Angeles Angels.”
“Outlook: The Ravens will be hard-pressed to match last year's 13-3 mark, but the postseason is the real barometer.”
“How Matsuzaka has performed this postseason is as crucial for the next five seasons as it has been for the Red Sox's attempts to win another World Series.”
“I'm also certain if going to the postseason is the Yankees 'No. 1 goal, being division champion is a close second.”
“The closest he's gotten to the postseason is attending the last two NBA finals as a spectator.”
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