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List of all-time Major League Baseball win–loss records

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The New York Yankees have the highest all-time regular season win–loss percentage (.570) in Major League Baseball history.
The New York Yankees have the highest all-time regular season win–loss percentage (.570) in Major League Baseball history.

Major League Baseball (MLB) is a professional baseball organization, which consists of a total of 30 teams—15 teams in the National League (NL) and 15 in the American League (AL). The NL and AL were formed in 1876 and 1901, respectively. Beginning in 1903, the two leagues cooperated but remained legally separate entities until 2000 when they merged into a single organization led by the Commissioner of Baseball.[1][2] This list documents all 30 active MLB teams ranked by win–loss percentage as of the completion of the 2021 Major League Baseball season. These records do not include results from by a team's playing time in the National Association of Professional Base Ball Players or while members of any minor league.

The New York Yankees have the highest regular season winning percentage, with .570. The Miami Marlins have the lowest, with .461. The San Francisco Giants have the most overall wins (11,301), while the Tampa Bay Rays have the fewest (1,826). The Philadelphia Phillies have the most losses, with 11,112, while the Arizona Diamondbacks have the fewest, with 1,946. The Chicago Cubs have played 21,769 games, more than any other MLB club. Conversely, Tampa Bay has played the fewest (3,784). San Francisco has recorded the most ties in MLB history, with 163. Tie games do not count toward MLB standings, and they have become particularly rare since the advent of a 2007 rule change assuring that a tie game can occur only if it is the last scheduled matchup between the two teams that season and has no bearing on the postseason.[3]

As of the completion of the 2021 World Series, the Miami Marlins have the highest postseason winning percentage, with .632, while the San Diego Padres have the lowest, with .350. The New York Yankees have the most postseason wins (241), while the Colorado Rockies have the fewest (10). The Yankees also have the most postseason losses (172), while Miami and Colorado are tied for the fewest (14).

Table key

Division Division in which each team currently competes
* Best win–loss record among teams currently in that division (disregarding former division memberships)

Regular season

Regular Season Win–loss records
Rank Team Games Won Lost Tied Win % First MLB season Division
1 New York Yankees 18,454 10,511 7,943 88 .570 1903 AL East*
2 San Francisco Giants 21,237 11,301 9,773 163 .536 1883 NL West*
3 Los Angeles Dodgers 21,153 11,123 9,891 139 .529 1884 NL West
4 St. Louis Cardinals 21,353 11,038 10,163 152 .521 1882 NL Central*
5 Boston Red Sox 18,815 9,718 9,014 83 .519 1901 AL East
6 Chicago Cubs 21,769 11,087 10,521 161 .513 1876 NL Central
7 Cleveland Guardians 18,827 9,592 9,144 91 .512 1901 AL Central*
8 Cincinnati Reds 21,353 10,713 10,501 139 .505 1882 NL Central
9 Detroit Tigers 18,850 9,446 9,311 93 .504 1901 AL Central
10 Chicago White Sox 18,823 9,411 9,309 103 .503 1901 AL Central
11 Pittsburgh Pirates 21,312 10,625 10,547 140 .502 1882 NL Central
12 Atlanta Braves 21,731 10,820 10,757 154 .501 1876 NL East*
13 Los Angeles Angels 9,653 4,812 4,838 3 .499 1961 AL West*
14 Houston Astros 9,494 4,725 4,764 5 .498 1962 AL West
15 Toronto Blue Jays 7,066 3,506 3,557 3 .496 1977 AL East
16 Oakland Athletics 18,789 9,150 9,552 87 .489 1901 AL West
17 Washington Nationals 8,352 4,068 4,280 4 .487 1969 NL East
18 Arizona Diamondbacks 3,786 1,840 1,946 0 .486 1998 NL West
19 Milwaukee Brewers 8,356 4,037 4,315 4 .483 1969 NL Central
20 Tampa Bay Rays 3,784 1,826 1,958 0 .483 1998 AL East
21 Minnesota Twins 18,837 9,012 9,716 109 .481 1901 AL Central
22 New York Mets 9,486 4,551 4,927 8 .480 1962 NL East
23 Kansas City Royals 8,347 4,001 4,344 2 .479 1969 AL Central
24 Texas Rangers 9,640 4,582 5,052 6 .476 1961 AL West
25 Baltimore Orioles 18,828 8,845 9,873 110 .473 1901 AL East
26 Seattle Mariners 7,065 3,336 3,727 2 .472 1977 AL West
27 Philadelphia Phillies 21,162 9,935 11,112 115 .472 1883 NL East
28 Colorado Rockies 4,534 2,133 2,401 0 .470 1993 NL West
29 San Diego Padres 8,360 3,863 4,495 2 .462 1969 NL West
30 Miami Marlins 4,526 2,088 2,438 0 .461 1993 NL East

Postseason

Postseason Win–loss records
Rank Team Games Won Lost Win % Last appearance Division
1 Miami Marlins 38 24 14 .632 2020 NL East*
2 New York Yankees 414[a] 241 172 .582 2021 AL East*
3 New York Mets 89 51 38 .573 2016 NL East
4 Baltimore Orioles 98 54 44 .551 2016 AL East
5 Boston Red Sox 190[b] 103 86 .542 2021 AL East
6 Kansas City Royals 74 40 34 .541 2015 AL Central*
7 Cincinnati Reds 89 47 42 .528 2020 NL Central*
8 Washington Nationals 46 24 22 .522 2019 NL East
9 San Francisco Giants 192[a][b] 98 90 .516 2021 NL West*
10 St. Louis Cardinals 280 145 135 .518 2021 NL Central
11 Oakland Athletics 167 85 82 .509 2020 AL West*
12 Cleveland Guardians 111 56 55 .505 2020 AL Central
13 Atlanta Braves 211 105 106 .498 2021 NL East
14 Toronto Blue Jays 63 31 32 .492 2020 AL East
15 Houston Astros 135 66 69 .489 2021 AL West
16 Chicago White Sox 62 30 32 .484 2021 AL Central
17 Detroit Tigers 120[c] 57 62 .475 2014 AL Central
18 Philadelphia Phillies 103 49 54 .476 2011 NL East
19 Los Angeles Dodgers 226 107 119 .473 2021 NL West
20 Tampa Bay Rays 60 28 32 .467 2021 AL East
21 Arizona Diamondbacks 40 18 22 .450 2017 NL West
22 Pittsburgh Pirates 96 43 53 .448 2015 NL Central
23 Seattle Mariners 34 15 19 .441 2001 AL West
24 Milwaukee Brewers 49 21 28 .429 2021 NL Central
25 Los Angeles Angels 64 27 37 .422 2014 AL West
26 Colorado Rockies 24 10 14 .417 2018 NL West
27 Texas Rangers 52 21 31 .404 2016 AL West
28 Chicago Cubs 121[c] 47 73 .388 2020 NL Central
29 Minnesota Twins 89 33 56 .371 2020 AL Central
30 San Diego Padres 40 14 26 .350 2020 NL West

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Includes a tied Game 2 of the 1922 World Series[4]
  2. ^ a b Includes a tied Game 2 of the 1912 World Series[5]
  3. ^ a b Includes a tied Game 1 of the 1907 World Series[6]

References

Specific
  1. ^ "Year In Review: 2000 National League". Baseball-Almanac. Retrieved September 5, 2008.
  2. ^ Chass, Murray (September 16, 1999). "BASEBALL; League Presidents Out As Baseball Centralizes". The New York Times. Retrieved May 29, 2018.
  3. ^ Lauing, Jacob (September 30, 2016). "MLB Sees Dirst Tie Game in a Very, Very Long Time". Mashable. Retrieved September 10, 2020.
  4. ^ "1922 World Series - New York Giants over New York Yankees (4-0-1)". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved December 6, 2021.
  5. ^ "1912 World Series - Boston Red Sox over New York Giants (4-3-1)". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved December 6, 2021.
  6. ^ "1907 World Series - Chicago Cubs over Detroit Tigers (4-0-1)". Baseball-Reference. Retrieved December 6, 2021.
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Notes

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