Cy Young. He also holds the record for the most losses as a pitcher.
a pitcher's record for the season is his wins, then losses for example, if a pitcher won 15 games and lost 10, then his record would be 15-10
Lefty Gomez was a successful New York Yankee pitcher in the 1930's. He compiled four 20 win seasons including a 26-5 record in 1934. His ERA was 2.65. In World Series play he was undefeated. His record is six wins and no losses.
As a pitcher Babe Ruth had a record of 94 wins 46 losses with an ERA of 2.28
cy young holds the record for wins and losses
Whitey Ford has the most career World Series losses by a pitcher with 8.
Cy Young, who pitched between 1890-1911, holds the MLB record for career wins by a pitcher with 511. He also holds the MLB record for career losses by a pitcher with 316.
That would be John Coleman of the 1883 Philadelphia Quakers who lost 48 games (w/l record was 12-48). Since 1900, the most losses in a season by a pitcher is 29 by Hall of Famer Vic Willis of the Boston Braves in 1905 (w/l record was 12-29). Since 1950, the most losses in a season by a pitcher is 24 by Roger Craig of the 1962 New York Mets (w/l record was 10-24) and Jack Fisher of the 1965 New York Mets (w/l record was 8-24).
Anthony Young: 27 Games, May 6, 1992 to July 24, 1993
Cy Young with 316 career losses. * Cleveland (NL) 135 losses * St. Louis 35 losses * Boston (NL) 5 losses * Boston (AL) 112 losses * Cleveland (AL) 29 losses
Red Ruffing. Ruffing holds the Red Sox record for most losses in a season with 25 in 1928. His record that season was 10-25.
For a single season, that is Ron Guidry with 248 in 1978. For a career, that is Whitey Ford with 1,956.
Guidry won the Cy Young Award in 1978 with a 25-and-3 record.
15-0 is either the team's record (fifteen wins and no losses) or a pitcher's record (how many games they pitched in which they won versus in which they lost).
Cy Young.511 wins 316 losses.who holds the record for most wins and most losses.
The pitcher of record is the pitcher who will gain the win or loss when the game ends.
Cy Young. 511 wins, 316 losses, 827 decisions.
Cy Young had 316 career losses. He also had the most wins, complete games, innings pitched, and pretty much every other career record associated with longevity.
Carl Mays holds the single season record for most wins by a NY Yankee pitcher with 27 wins in 1927.Jack Chesbro won 41 games in 1904 for the NY Highlanders, which would later become the NY Yankees.The career record for wins by a NY Yankee is held by Whitey Ford with 236 wins from 1950 through 1967.The most career wins by any pitcher that played for the NY Yankees at any point in their career is 354 by Roger Clemens. 83 of his wins came as a member of the NY Yankees.
The Yankees had a 57-24 record at Yankee Stadium in 2009.
Righthander John Coleman lost 48 games for Philadelphia in 1883, which was the final season that a pitcher had to release the ball at a point below the hip ... basically underhanded.
Ron Guidry had 248 strikeouts in the 1978 season. This broke the single season record set by New York Yankee Jack Chesbro who had 439 in 1906.
His team has to record 27 outs while he was the pitcher of record.