### How do you calculate win- lose?

To calculate win-lose, add the wins and the losses and divide the sum into the wins to calculate percentage of wins or divide into the losses to calculate the percentage of losses: W + L = Total; W ÷ Total = W%; L ÷ Total = L%: example: 12 W + 8 L = 20; 12W ÷ 20 = .60 or 60% wins; 8L ÷ 20 = .40 or 40% losses

### Is it mathematically possible for every team in the NFL to have a winning record?

No. Think of the total number of wins and total number of losses across the entire league. These two numbers are always the same. Each game results in 1 win (for the winner) and 1 loss (for the loser), or if it is a tie, 0 wins and 0 losses. However, if every team had more wins than losses, then the total number of wins would be more than the total number of losses, which…

### What was the standings in the National League on September 2 2005?

EAST DIVISION Atlanta Braves 77 wins 58 losses .570 percentage Philadelphia Phillies 73 wins 62 losses .541 percentage Florida Marlins 71 wins 63 losses .530 percentage New York Mets 69 wins 65 losses .515 percentage Washington Nationals 69 wins 66 losses .511 percentage CENTRAL DIVISION St Louis Cardinals 85 wins 50 losses .630 percentage Houston Astros 72 wins 62 losses .537 percentage Milwaukee Brewers 66 wins 69 losses .489 percentage Chicago Cubs 64 wins 70…

### Which baseball team holds the record for most losses in one season?

The 1899 Cleveland Spiders lost 134 games to hold the all time record. In terms of total losses, the 1899 Cleveland Spiders of the National League posted a record of 20 wins and 134 losses. In the 162 game season era, the record goes to the 2003 Detroit Tigers, who posted a record of 43 wins and 119 losses.

### What three St. Louis Cardinal pitchers have led the league in wins since 1961?

Bob Gibson had 23 wins and 7 losses for the Cardinals in 1970, which tied with Gaylord Perry's (San Francisco Giants) 23 wins, though Perry also had 13 losses. Joaquin Andujar had 20 wins and 14 losses for the Cardinals in 1984. Matt Morris had 22 wins and 8 losses for the Cardinals in 2001, which tied with Curt Schilling's (Arizona Diamondbacks) 22 wins, though Schilling had 6 losses.