Tuesday, July 02, 2013


The 1962 New York Mets still hold the dubious distinction of having the most regular season losses. The Mets lost an astounding 120 games that year while racking up a paltry 40 wins. So with a 40-120 record, that calculates to dismal .250 winning percentage.

With tonight's loss to the New York Yankees, the Minnesota Twins under manager Ron Gardenhire now have a record (including postseason) of 23-69 versus the Yanks. That too calculates to a .250 winning percentage.

So I guess we can say that under Gardy the Twins are a perpetual '62 Mets whenever they play the Yankees.


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