won-lost record


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Noun1.won-lost record - (sports) a record of win versus losses
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
record book, book, record - a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone; "Al Smith used to say, `Let's look at the record'"; "his name is in all the record books"
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The Bombers are raring to bounce back from their 77-95 loss to the Lyceum of the Philippines University Pirates that shoved them to a 2-4 won-lost record. Out to challenge the home squad are the Generals who are second to the last in the standings at 1-4.
In any case, it does demonstrate, as your table shows, that both deGrom and Snell did have two of the most effective seasons of any pitchers in MLB history and both were well deserving of their Cy Young awards, Furthermore, it illustrates that deGrom was, in fact, a far better pitcher than his won-lost record would indicate.
Of interest is that the Reds have a run differential of plus-30, giving them an "expected" won-lost record of 24-17.
After a pedestrian career (0-2 won-lost record, 7.53 earned run average) in 26 games with the Chicago Cubs and Mets, Connors went on to enjoy enormous success as a three-time Yankees pitching coach and confidant of late owner George Steinbrenner.
So while reaching the Champions League might not do much for their won-lost record in Europe, the all-important monetary gain would be great news for Bangor City.
The team ended the year with a won-lost record of 43-111, some 64 1/2 games out of first place.
Her won-lost record over the next 30 years at Tennessee (1974-75 through 2005-06) is remarkable.
"Lawyers don't have to keep a won-lost record so why should we?"
The girl from Florida completed a 20-year professional career in 1989 and had won $8,896,195 in prize money and a record 157 pro singles titles on a 1309-146 won-lost record.
"it's all about winning," says Dontrelle, who last year made an immediate impact and ended the season with a 14-6 won-lost record. This year, he started fast again, faltered a bit, but the "D-Train" has kept rolling along--one pitch at a time.
A team can choose to play against a low standard of competition and accumulate an impressive won-lost record. To become true champions, however, the contests must be against the most powerful opponents.
The season was his finest since his 1978 Cy Young Award-winning performance, when he notched a 25-3 won-lost record, highlighted by 248 strikeouts and a 1.74 earned run average.