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Most Losses, In a span of 20 games, at the end of a season, In the Regular Season, In a single season, from 1901 to 2020, Among Playoff Teams, requiring Losses >= 15.
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  • ER have been official in NL since 1912 and AL since 1913. For earlier seasons, ER & UER totals are inconsistently recorded.

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Rk Team Games Span Start Span End L W W-L% Final Record Rank Postseason ERA CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO WHIP SB CS List
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