Through the 2008 season, the MLB record for doubles by a team in a season is 376 by the 2008 Texas Rangers.
Most team doubles in a MLB season is 376 by the Texas Rangers in 2008 as of today the Toronto Blue Jays have 140 so far after only 61 games so they are on pace to match that record
The MLB record for doubles in a season is 67 and is held by Earl Webb of the Boston Red Sox in the 1931 season. This being 2008, that record is entering it's 77th season.
The team that has the best record or has the best season record.
In MLB through the 2008 season, the record for home runs by a team in one season is 264 by the 1997 Seattle Mariners.
As of the 2008 season, Jay Schroeder hold the team record for passing yards in a season with 4,109 in 1986. Sonny Jurgensen holds the team record for TD passes in a season with 31 in 1967.
The team with the best regular season record in 2004 was the Pittsburgh Steelers at 15-1.
The Vikings had the best regular season record in 1998 at 15-1.
Through the 2016 season, the Dallas Cowboys' all-time regular-season record is 493-367-6. The team's playoff record is 34-27.
Earl Webb holds the record for most doubles hit in a single season with 67, set in 1931.
The Houston Texans, with a record of 2-14, had the worst season in the 2013 NFL regular season.