'.500' refers to a team's winning percentage. 'Below .500' means the team has a winning percentage less than .500 (has lost more games than they have won) and 'above .500' means the team has a winning percentage above .500 (has won more games than they have lost).
.500 and above.
Technically yes, it's two games over a .500 season. With .500 being a 50-50 split between wins and losses. (81 wins/81 losses for a full 162 game season)
If you mean go 500 in a season its simple basically win the same amount of games you have lost a 15-15 team is a 500 team
Orioles and Yankees
Going into the 2012 season, the Cowboys had a .500 or better record from 1965 to 1985. Then losing records from 1986 to 1990. Winning records again from 1991 to 1996, then a losing record in 1997. 1998 winning record, 1999 .500 record. Losing records from 2000 to 2002, winning record in 2003 and losing record in 2004. They had a winning record from 2005 to 2009. The Cowboys best run was 26 seasons in a row.
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Our Winning Season was created in 1978-05.
The duration of Our Winning Season is 1.53 hours.
a winning season is when a team has more wins than losses. For example a team with a 9-7 (or better) record has had a winning season.
The Winning Season was created on 2010-09-03.
In MLB, it is the 1982 Atlanta Braves and 1987 Milwaukee Brewers with 13 consecutive wins to start the season.
The 1906 Chicago Cubs at .763 (116-36).
Jamie McMurray earned $1,508,449 for winning the 2010 Daytona 500.
109 Seasons 9,575 - 7,294 .568 Winnng percentageWith a winning season being defined as playing over .500 baseball (more wins than losses) The New York Yankees had 88 winning seasons out of 109 total seasons from 1901 when the franchise began as the Baltimore Orioles.
The University of Alabama has a 24 game regular season winning streak. Florida has a twenty game regular season winning streak and overall a twenty two game winning streak with one regular season game left.
No, Major League Baseball does not have limits for runs in any of its games including Spring Training, Regular Season and the Playoffs except for the World Baseball Classic which is if the winning team is winning by 10 after 7 innings or if they're winning by 15 after 5 innings then the losing team is awarded an automatic forfeit.
Through the 2008 season, the Tampa Bay Rays have the worst lifetime winning percentage of any MLB team with .417 (742-1037).
They get nothing different for winning or losing during the regular season. But their motivation for winning is that they may make less money in the future if they are to get a new contract. In the post season. The players don't get paid at all unless it has been placed in their contract.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have not had a winning season since 1992. That is 18 years and counting.
For winning the 2013 Daytona 500, Jimmie Johnson earned $1,525,275.
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Game 161 of the season. In 2005, with 1 game left in the season, the Washington Nationals were in last place in the NL East with a record of 81-80. The Nats lost the last game to the Phillies and wound up at 81-81, 9 games behind the division winning Atlanta Braves. The 2005 NL East was the second division in MLB history where all teams finished at .500 or better. The first time was 1991 in the AL West when the California Angels were in last place at 80-81 on the final day of the season and defeated the Royals to end up at 81-81, 14 games behind the division winning Minnesota Twins.
Detroit Lions last winning season was in 2000, where they went 9-7.