Derek Jeter has the most career postseason games played with 138.
The 1906 Chicago Cubs and the 2001 Seattle Mariners both hold the record with 116 wins.
In 2003, the Detroit Tigers finished 47 games behind division winner Minnesota. Minnesota's record was 90-72 and the Tigers record was 43-119.
in 1922 i think they won 4 games but i not sure about in there whole lifetime
No. Preseason games are glorified "practice," and don't count toward a team's record for the season.
cy young with 749 complete games
The all time MLB record is 680 innings by Will White of the 1879 Cincinnati Reds. White pitched 75 complete games that season and had a record of 43-31 with a 1.99 ERA.
They count in the teams overall won-loss record just like all in-league games.
In the 2011 season, Roy has 6 complete games. In his career, he has 64 complete games.
In 1998, the Yankees regular season record was 114-48. They finished the postseason with a record of 11-2.
The Steelers started the 2009 season with a 6-2 record, then lost five games in a row. They won their final three games and ended the season with a 9-7 record.
His record for most consecutive games may never be broken...the active player with the most consecutive games as of the end of the 2014 season hasn't broken 400 yet, and Cal Ripken Jr.'s record is 2,632.
The Astros best regular season record was 102-60 in 1998. They were defeated by the San Diego Padres in the NLDS that season, 3 games to 1. The Astros only World Series appearance was in 2005 where they lost to the Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 0. Their regular season record in 2005 was 89-73.
162 regular season games.
You can go to the Jeopardy Archive for the season 26 and create the list. The related link for the jeopardy archive has a listing of which contestant was in each game. Since season 26 started in September 2009 they will have more games than just 2010 games. The site has a complete record of most of the games from season 26 and also earlier seasons.
Through the 2010 season, 40 by Neftali Feliz of the 2010 Texas Rangers. Through 125 games of the 2011 season, Craig Kimbrel of the Atlanta Braves has 37 saves and, barring injury or complete collapse by the Braves, should break the record.