Wilbur Wood of the Chicago White Sox was 24-20 during the 1973 season, making him the last pitcher in American League history to win and lose 20 or more games in the same season.
Through the 2008 season, that is Ken Sanders of the 1971 Brewers who pitched in 83 games. He led the American League in saves that year with 31.
Bob Welch of the Oakland Athletics was the last pitcher to win 25 or more games in a season. In 1990, Bob Welch won the American League Cy Young Award with a 27-6 record.
Regular season baseball games between the American League and National League are simply referred to as "interleague games." These games occur when teams from the two leagues face each other during the regular season, rather than during the World Series or All-Star Game.
Cardinals Dizzy Dean in 1934, 30 victories.
Each team plays 162 regular season games, and then the Phillies win the World Series
That would be Cy Young, who won 33 and lost 10, in 1901 for the Boston team in the American League, in its first year of operation.
Well it depends what league you are on about. Barclays Premier League: 722 Games per season Npower Championship: 1058 Games per Season Npower League 1: 1058 Games per Season Npower League 2: 1058 Games per Season
Babe Ruth won 94 regular season games (and 3 World Series games) as a pitcher and hit 714 home runs.
In MLB, games between two American League teams always use the DH and games between two National League teams do not use the DH. When a team from the American League is playing a team from the National League, the rules used are those of the home team's league. If the home team is an American League team, the DH is used. If the home team is a National League team, the DH is not used.
When the American League expanded to 10 teams in the 1961 season their schedule was lengthened to 162 games. When the National League expanded to 10 teams in the 1962 season their schedule was lengthened to 162 games.