36 losses by 1906 Chicago Cubs
Fewest losses ever? Or fewest losses in a season?
The fewest losses in an NHL season was 8 losses, from the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens.
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 record for the fewest number of wins in a season is held by the 1899 Cleveland Spiders at 20 wins - 134 losses
No, the fewest losses in a season for an MLB team is 36 by the 1906 Chicago Cubs (record was 116-36).
That would be the 1899 Cleveland Spiders who ended the regular season with 20 wins and 134 losses.
The 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls. They won 72 games in the regular season while only losing 10 games, and then they won 15 games in the playoffs while only losing 3.
Probably the sonics
The plural word for "loss" is "losses." Because the team had too many losses, it was eliminated from the playoffs.
No, but the Cincinnati Bengals started 1-6 in 1970 and made the playoffs.
Through the 2008 season, the fewest losses by an MLB team in a regular season is 36 by the 1906 Chicago Cubs. The 1906 Cubs are tied, with the 2001 Seattle Mariners, for most wins by a team in an MLB regular season with 116.
The Yankees ended the regular season with 94 wins and 68 losses. This record gave them the American League Wild Card for the playoffs. They played Cleveland in the first round of the playoffs. Cleveland won the series 3 games to 1.
46 by the 2001 Seattle Mariners (record was 116-46).
regular season - 169 wins 100 losses playoffs - 12 wins 10 losses
Nantes is the French club that has only lost one match in an entire season.
As of the 2007-08 season, the fewest losses in a regular season is 10 by the 1995-96 Chichago Bulls whose regular season record was 72-10.
Through the 2013 season, the Arizona Cardinalshave the most losses in NFL history, with 723. Regular season (716), playoffs (7).
Arizona Cardinals- 680 losses