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MLB Baseball Team Wins Leaders

Name the pitching wins leader for each Major League team.
Since the end of the 2019 season, no players on this list are currently active with their team
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First submittedJanuary 18, 2013
Last updatedSeptember 30, 2019
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Wins
Team
Player
417
Twins/Senators
Walter Johnson
372
Giants
Christy Mathewson
356
Braves
Warren Spahn
284
Athletics
Eddie Plank
268
Orioles
Jim Palmer
266
Indians
Bob Feller
260
White Sox
Ted Lyons
251
Cardinals
Bob Gibson
241
Phillies
Steve Carlton
236
Yankees
Whitey Ford
233
Dodgers
Don Sutton
223
Tigers
Hooks Dauss
202
Pirates
Wilbur Cooper
201
Cubs
Charlie Root
198
Mets
Tom Seaver
192
Red Sox
Roger Clemens
Cy Young
Wins
Team
Player
179
Reds
Eppa Rixey
175
Blue Jays
Dave Stieb
169
Mariners
Felix Hernandez
166
Royals
Paul Splittorff
165
Angels
Chuck Finley
158
Nationals/Expos
Steve Rogers
144
Astros
Joe Niekro
139
Rangers
Charlie Hough
118
Diamondbacks
Randy Johnson
117
Brewers
Jim Slaton
100
Padres
Eric Show
87
Rays
James Shields
86
Rockies
Jorge De La Rosa
81
Marlins
Ricky Nolasco
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level 66
Oct 14, 2012
Tough quiz.
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level 79
Jun 10, 2015
outside shot of being able to change the mariners leader by the end of the season to King Felix. He needs 11 more wins to tie.
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level 83
Sep 1, 2015
Wait, Captain America played for the Expos?
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level 69
Dec 15, 2015
Figured Fergie Jenkins would be the Cubs number one. Didn't realize he had some good years with the Rangers.
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level 82
Oct 25, 2016
Untouchable record - Walter Johnson has 110 shutouts, not victories, not complete games, but 110 shutouts. Amazing! The current active leader is Clayton Kershaw with 15, hot on Walter's heels. I should look up how many active players have 110 wins.........
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level 65
May 3, 2018
I wasn't there, obviously, but I'd like to believe that Big Train was the greatest pitcher of all time just based on all I've read about him. As the saying goes, you usually needed to throw a shutout to get a win with a lot of those awful Senators teams, and Johnson often did!
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level 58
Feb 19, 2019
I HEARTILY concur with your evaluation of Johnson. The #1 of all time, for sure.
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level 82
Oct 25, 2016
Only 20 active pitchers have more than 110 wins, and the only one under thirty years old is Kershaw. I will firmly state that I think the shutout record (110) is safe for the foreseeable future.
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level 79
Feb 6, 2019
Probably forever, unless current trends shift dramatically. The rate at which a single pitcher pitches an entire game is significantly lower than in Johnson's time.
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level 47
Mar 17, 2017
I always associate Eppa Rixey with the Phillies. He won 20 games for them once. Naturally, he got traded--good players never seemed to stick long with the Phillies in those days,
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level 65
May 3, 2018
This was a hard one. Paul Splittorf, Jim Slaton...one All-Star Game between them but a lot of longevity with one team.