As the baseball postseason is about to get underway, we remember that 20 years ago the 1994 Major League Baseball season was cut short by a player's strike and no postseason happened. A total of 943 games were cancelled in all and the strike lasted a total of 232 days. The strike most affected the Montreal Expos, who had baseball best record at that time with a lineup that included Larry Walker, Pedro Martinez, Moses Alou, and Marquis Grissom. They had the second lowest payroll in the MLB. But after the strike, they lost their fan base and their top players to free agency. The team was bought by MLB in 2001 and now are known as the Washington Nationals (By the way, the Nationals are in the post season with the best record in baseball).