Cleveland Spiders has the worst season record, having 20 wins and 134 losses
Finishing 6th in the National League Central division of Major League Baseball (MLB), the Pittsburgh Pirates recorded a 2010 regular season record of 57 wins and 105 losses.
Fewest losses ever? Or fewest losses in a season?
The MLB record for fewest wins by a team in a season was set by the 1899 Cleveland Spiders. They won 20 games that season and lost 134. The 134 losses is also an MLB record for most losses by a team in a season.
The 1899 Cleveland Spiders of the National League hold the Major League Baseball (MLB) record for worst regular season record (of all eras) with a record of 20-134, giving them a winning percentage of .130. In 1899, the Cleveland Spiders also set major league records for most consecutive losses in a season (24, from July 26 to September 16), most losses in a month (27 in July), and had 6 double-digit losing streaks. They lost 40 of their last 41 games.
36 losses by 1906 Chicago Cubs
The all time National League record for losses in a season was set in 1899 by the Cleveland Spiders whose record was 20-134. The modern day record was set in 1962 by the New York Mets at 40-120.
The 1899 Cleveland Spiders lost 134 games to hold the all time record.In terms of total losses, the 1899 Cleveland Spiders of the National League posted a record of 20 wins and 134 losses. In the 162 game season era, the record goes to the 2003 Detroit Tigers, who posted a record of 43 wins and 119 losses.
No, the fewest losses in a season for an MLB team is 36 by the 1906 Chicago Cubs (record was 116-36).
The 1962 New York Mets set the all time record for futility with 120 losses.
The 1988 Orioles started with 21 consecutive losses, which I believe is the modern record.
The record for the fewest number of wins in a season is held by the 1899 Cleveland Spiders at 20 wins - 134 losses
The Seattle Mariners posted their best record in 2001. They finished the season with 116 wins and 46 losses. They set the American League record and also tied a Major League record for most wins during a 162-game season.
Barry Bonds set the single season home run record with 73 home runs in 2001.
The Cleveland Spiders(1989) with a record of 20-134
In 2004, Ichiro Suzuki hit a record 225 singles.
The chicago cubs
18 conseutive losses in 2006-2007 season
The Baltimore Orioles hold the American League record for most consecutive losses. The ballclub lost its first 21 games of the 1988 season. The 1961 Philadelphia Phillies set the modern major league record with 23 straight losses.
79Wins, 83 Losses
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.
That would be the 1899 Cleveland Spiders (National League) whose record was 20-134.