A little crystal ball gazing here...
The Zaps go 9-1, 3-2, and 4-1 down the stretch to finish with 103 wins.
The Mavs go 5-5, 6-4, 4-1, 4-1, and 3-2 to finish with 102 wins.
The Fungoes go 8-2, 4-3, 5-2, and 2-2 for 100 wins.
The Wahoos go 2-2 and 7-2 for 99 wins.
The Warpigs go 2-1 and 2-7 for 97 wins.
The Inmates go 8-2, 7-3, and 3-4 for 95 wins.
The Sidewinders go 6-8, 12-2, 3-2 and 3-2 to finish with 94 wins.
The Tweeners go 8-6 and 4-6 to finish with 93 wins.
The Rhinos go 5-5, 7-3, 2-3, 4-1, and 4-1 to finish with 91 wins.
All of these outcomes are possible. Very possible. And the result would be NINE teams winning over 90 games. And not 1... not even 2... but THREE teams would win 90+ games and NOT make the playoffs.
The Zaps would win the MFD and be the #1 seed. The Fungoes' 100 wins would get him the #2 seed and a bye because the Mavs would be a wildcard with 102 wins. Crazy.
The Wahoos would be seed #3 and the Snakes #4, with the Warpigs sneaking in at seed #6.
The Inmates would win 95 and not make the playoffs... and we would never, ever hear the end of it.
The Tweeners (93 wins) and the Rhinos (91 wins) would also miss the post season for a wild and crazy season.
By the way, if this were the outcome, the Wahoos and Warpigs would face off in the first round - then the victorious Wahoos would beat up on the Fungoes to get to the World Series where they would face the Zaps. Congratulations to the Wahoos, the 2016 NASOMA Champs!