The 1992-1993 San Jose Sharks lost a total of 71 games for a final record of 11-71-2 on the season
They won 12 games and lost 8.
1992 to 2007, Clemens was 220-123
The '500' is talking about winning percentage. A 500 winning percentage means a team has won the same number of games as they have lost. If someone says a team has reached 500 means they have won enough games in a row so that they now have won as many games as they have lost.
Someone already answered this, but I think it was Pete Rose.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost all 14 games in their first season (1976) and the first 12 games of their second season. The total of 26 consecutive losses is an NFL record.
Vancouver and Denver Vancouver and Denver
cy young holds the record for wins and losses
1988 ... the Orioles lost an MLB record 21 consecutive games to start the season.
The New York Mets has the modern era record for most consecutive lost road games. This happened in 1963 from June 16 to July 28. The Mets lost 22 straight times in away from home games.
The record belongs "officially" to the 2003-2004 New England Patriots with 21... including playoffs making them the most consecutive. Indy Colts 2008-2009 had 23 regular season wins. The previous poster said the New England record included pre-season games. In fact neither teams records include preseason games. Both lost preseason games during the "streaks." The difference being that the Patriots record is considered the "official NFL record" because it includes playoffs games.
Between May 6, 1992-July 24, 1993 while pitching for the New York Mets Young lost 27 consecutive decisions, an MLB record.
They stay on until they lose. The record is 74 games before he lost his 75 game for Ken Jennings