24. 1997 Atlanta Braves
Ending the season with 101 wins and one of the best rotations in recent memory, the 1997 Braves are one of the most underrated teams in MLB history. A rotation spearheaded by the likes of Tom Glavine, John Smoltz, and Greg Maddux, the Braves ended the season compiling a 3.18 team ERA. After winning the division over the Marlins, Florida would come back with a vengeance – winning the NLCS against the aforementioned Braves and ultimately the world title. With that said, the 1997 Braves had youth, an absolute monster of a rotation, and a great season to show for it.
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