All Time Team Records

After a long lockout and an abbreviated spring training, the 2022 baseball season finally gets underway today, so, to celebrate, it is time once again to look at the all-time team records for games that I have identified as having attended dating back to 1984.  Last year, I tied 2004 for my 5th highest game total of all time and managed to see 25 out of the 30 teams, so there should be some nice changes.  Thanks to a name change, the all-time record of the Cleveland Indians become static moving forward, forever stuck at 4 games over .500.

The White Sox look to once again lead an improving AL Central and move past the ALDS in the post-season, while the Cubs are neither contending nor rebuilding.  The 2022 season should be an interesting one on both sides of town, even more interesting if we are able to see it in person.

All-Time Team Records
Team Name Won Loss Winning Pctg
California Angels 2 0 1.000
Arizona Diamondbacks 14 2 0.875
Florida Marlins 15 8 0.652
Colorado Rockies 10 6 0.625
New York Yankees 17 11 0.607
Boston Red Sox 19 13 0.594
Los Angeles Angels 20 14 0.588
Toronto Blue Jays 15 11 0.577
Philadelphia Phillies 11 9 0.550
Washington Nationals 7 6 0.538
Cleveland Indians 31 27 0.534
Chicago White Sox 335 307 0.522
Chicago Cubs 224 206 0.521
Houston Astros 24 23 0.511
Detroit Tigers 29 28 0.509
Kansas City Royals 31 30 0.508
Anaheim Angels 1 1 0.500
Tampa Bay Rays 11 11 0.500
San Francisco Giants 11 12 0.478
Los Angeles Dodgers 12 15 0.444
New York Mets 7 9 0.438
Oakland Athletics 13 17 0.433
Milwaukee Brewers 17 24 0.415
Minnesota Twins 26 38 0.406
Montreal Expos 2 3 0.400
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 2 3 0.400
Baltimore Orioles 14 21 0.400
Texas Rangers 15 23 0.395
Cincinnati Reds 15 25 0.375
Pittsburgh Pirates 17 29 0.370
St. Louis Cardinals 12 21 0.364
Seattle Mariners 14 25 0.359
Atlanta Braves 7 13 0.350
San Diego Padres 7 14 0.333
Miami Marlins 0 2 0.000

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