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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.

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First is the 1899 Cleveland Spiders who went 20-134 in 1899. The New York Mets are second with a 40-120 record in 1962.

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