Phil Niekro threw 6 shutouts in the 1974 season to hold the record.
Sandy Koufax had 11 shutouts in 1963 for the Dodgers.
George Hainsworth had 22 shutouts in the 1928-1929 season.
Ed Walsh, with 16 in season.
The legendary George Hainsworth posted 22 shutouts in the 1928-29 season. His tally stands as a record in Montreal for most shutouts in a single season.
Grover Cleveland Alexander threw 16 shutouts for the 1916 Philadelphia Phillies. That is the MLB record for a single season.
Back in 1886, left hander Ed Morris had 12 shutouts for the Pittsburgh Alleghenys. In more recent times, left hander Sandy Koufax had 11 shutouts for the Los Angles Dodgers in 1963.
== == Ed Morris had 12 in 1886, which is the AA record for Lefthanders Sandy Koufax had 11 in 1963, which is the NL record for Lefthanders The American League record for shutouts in a season by a southpaw is 9 and held by Ron Guidry of the Yankees (1978) and Babe Ruth of the Red Sox (1916).
SO FAR FOR 2009 SEASON - S.F. GIANTS - 13 Shutouts
Ron Guidry led the American League with 9 Shutouts for the Yankees in 1978, and that is tops for a LH thrower. Also, Bob Lemon led with 10 Shutouts for Cleveland in 1948, and he batted left, but threw right.
Cleveland Spiders has the worst season record, having 20 wins and 134 losses
Tony Esposito, who holds the modern era record for most shutouts in a season (15), achieved his shutout record as a rookie. Though he had played 13 games the season previous, he was still considered a rookie and won the Calder Trophy, the NHL's rookie of the year award.
The answer is... 1976 Pittsburgh Steelers' "modern-era" record of five shutouts.
Roy Halladay has 2 no-hitters and 1 perfect game combined in one season.
Mariners outfielder Ichiro Suzuki set the record during the 2004 season.
Barry Bonds set the single season home run record with 73 home runs in 2001.
As of the 2008 season, Ichiro Suzuki of the Seattle Mariners holds the MLB record for base hits in a season with 262 in 2004.
As of the end of the 2007 season, the record is 13 and is held by Brian Mitchell (9 punt returns, 4 kickoff returns).
Jimmy Johnson coached 88 games with the Cowboys. His regular season record was 44-36 and his playoff record was 7-1.
In 2004, Ichiro Suzuki hit a record 225 singles.
The 1906 Chicago Cubs and the 2001 Seattle Mariners hold the MLB record for wins in the regular season with 116.
2001 seattle marlins
Orioles and Yankees