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Most Wins in the last 10 years


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I found this interesting:

 

yankees 931 Angels  906 Boston 888 Detroit 859 Oakland 838 Texas 835

 

Despite our so called "losing seasons" the last four years, the Angels have averaged over 90 wins a season for the last ten years.  We are only second to the Yankees.

 

Oh for the Billy Bean Haters:  A's have the 5th most wins over the last 10 years.

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I found this interesting:

 

yankees 931 Angels  906 Boston 888 Detroit 859 Oakland 838 Texas 835

 

Despite our so called "losing seasons" the last four years, the Angels have averaged over 90 wins a season for the last ten years.  We are only second to the Yankees.

 

Oh for the Billy Bean Haters:  A's have the 5th most wins over the last 10 years.

That's about a 0.947 wins per trade ratio. Nice job, Billy.

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I tend to think that he has run one of the most successful franchises in baseball means something. It may be fair to argue the ownership is cheap and should increase their payroll. However they don't and in terms of wins they are the 5th most successful franchise in baseball. I don't think he is a GM god like some over hype him. But he is damn good

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That's about a 0.947 wins per trade ratio. Nice job, Billy.

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Stormn, can you do both leagues? I am curious to see these numbers regarding all of baseball.

Yankees 931 Angels  906 Boston 888 St. Louis 887 Philidelphia 872 Detroit 859 Dodgers 851 Oakland 838 Texas 835 Brewers 820

 

This is four the ten year period between 2005-2014.  Granted since there are three games left, these numbers can change.  Texas could catch Oakland.  I am surprised the Dodgers are that high.  I thought it was just recently that they started playing well.

 

I got these numbers from ESPN

 

These numbers do bring light to a debate in another thread.  How many of you guys would trade our Division titles and 906 wins for Chisox 816 wins and a WS title 2005?

 

Or how about the Marlins, a title in 2003 but for the last ten years: 763 wins?

 

The Angels have more wins that both Boston and St. Louis, but the Cards have two titles and Boston 3.  

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Not to nitpick but the Red Sox have 2, not 3. The other came in 2004 when they played a 105 win Cardinal team in the WS. Anyway what I would prefer is a team that works to remain competitive all the time while still taking the chance to put together a great team when the opportunity arises. The key is recognizing when that window exists and making sure you have the resources to take your shots.

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