It was the inept Washington Nationals of 1872 who compiled a 0 win 11 loss season for a .000 percentage.
The Boston Celtics 85-86 year with a record of 40-1 in their home court, their only loss was by the portland trail blazers
That was the St. Louis Cardinals at 100-62. In the American League, the Chicago White Sox had the best regular season record at 99-63.
All time the Chicago Bears hold the most wins in football history at 704 and the best winning percentage at .579.
The 2007 Patriots went undefeated for the entire season until they lost the Super Bowl to the Giants. Unless you meant to ask what team has the best win-loss record in the history of the franchise, but has never won a Super Bowl, that would be your answer.
The 1906 Chicago Cubs had the best winning percentage over the course of an entire season, going 116-36 (.764) In the modern era, (162 game schedule) the 2001 Seattle Mariners own the regular season crown. They went 116 and 46 (.716). Despite their record setting regular seasons, neither of these teams won the world series.
In 2006, the Mets went 97-65, tying the Yankees for the best record in baseball. They then went 6-4 in the postseason, good enough to go home after a devastating game 7 loss in the NLCS.
The current win to loss record for the Houston Astros baseball team is forty wins to ninety losses. This is a 32.8 percent win to loss ratio which is slightly lower than most teams.
No. The best win-loss record in the modern era belongs to the 1906 Chicago Cubs, who went 116-36. The record for wins in a 162-game season is also 116, set by the 2001 Seattle Mariners.
Rocky Marciano - Professional Boxing Record: 49 Wins, 0 Loss, 43 Knockouts
58--The Nuggets tied the record beating the Hornets 121-63 on April 27, 2009. The record they tied was set in 1956.
No. In a best of 7 series, four games at the home of the team with the best record and three at the other team's home.
Your Answer: Houston Astros
Monmouth University 35- Temple University 1
As of 3/27/2010, Kentucky's won-loss record is 2,023-638.
Cy Young (active from 1890-1911) had a career won loss record of 511-316. Both his win total and loss total are MLB career records.
No. The first criteria for winning a division title is win loss record. The team that has the best regular season record will win the division title.
Chicago Bulls win/loss:72/10 in the 95-96 season.