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Classification of the Regular Season of MLB
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Classification of the Regular Season of MLB (1988) »

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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
1AthleticsAthletics104
2MetsMets100
3DodgersDodgers94
4TwinsTwins91
5Red SoxRed Sox89
6TigersTigers88
7RedsReds87
8BrewersBrewers87
9JaysJays87
10YankeesYankees85
11PiratesPirates85
12RoyalsRoyals84
13PadresPadres83
14GiantsGiants83
15AstrosAstros82
16NationalsNationals81
17IndiansIndians78
18CubsCubs77
19CardinalsCardinals76
20Angels of AnaheimAngels of Anaheim75
21White SoxWhite Sox71
22RangersRangers70
23MarinersMariners68
24PhilliesPhillies65
25BravesBraves54
26OriolesOrioles54
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