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Classification of the Regular Season of MLB
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Classification of the Regular Season of MLB (1983) »

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This classification lists the results of the regular season of all Major League Baseball teams. Major League Baseball is the most prominent professional baseball league in the world. It includes the "National League" and the "American League" in a common organizational structure that has existed since 1903. MLB has 29 teams in the United States and 1 in Canada. The champions of both leagues play each other in the World Series, the game that decides the final champion of MLB. This ranking includes classification information of the regular season of both baseball leagues since 1870, including results of extinct leagues like the National Association (1871-1875) and the American Association (1882-1991).

  • Author: diego (Updated Jan 18, 2011)
  • Sources: Official source MLB
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Teamcolumns columns Wins
1White SoxWhite Sox99
2OriolesOrioles98
3TigersTigers92
4DodgersDodgers91
5YankeesYankees91
6PhilliesPhillies90
7JaysJays89
8BravesBraves88
9BrewersBrewers87
10AstrosAstros85
11PiratesPirates84
12NationalsNationals82
13PadresPadres81
14RoyalsRoyals79
15GiantsGiants79
16CardinalsCardinals79
17Red SoxRed Sox78
18RangersRangers77
19RedsReds74
20AthleticsAthletics74
21CubsCubs71
22Angels of AnaheimAngels of Anaheim70
23IndiansIndians70
24TwinsTwins70
25MetsMets68
26MarinersMariners60
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