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What is the record for the biggest increase in the number of wins from one MLB season to the next?


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2011-09-15 10:07:10
2011-09-15 10:07:10

After the 2003 Detroit tigers had a 43 win-119 loss season i remember reading in the newspaper that if in 2004, they tied the record for single season improvement they still would not have a winnning record. I rember working back and calculating that if they tied that record they would have a .500 record (81-81) Therefore even though i didnt remember the actual number, by remebering all of those other facts, I can work backwords and figure out with a calculator that the record is 38.

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