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  1. #1
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    Congrats to the Cincinnati Reds on their 10,000th Win

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/cincinn...000900999.html

    They are the 6th major league team to do this.

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    Meh.

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    congrats to the oldest team in baseball (if the mlb is using the red stockings wins when they were in cinci)

    If so that shows how bad they are

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    It's cool and all, but I agree with the post above mine. I they are counting the Red Stockings wins, then they're the oldest team, and 5 teams beat them to 10,000 wins.

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    Congrats to Cincinatti on this achievement.
    With the deepest of regrets I am announcing that I will be leaving Pro Sports Daily. No reason in particular but wanted to thank everyone for a great 6 years here. Lots of great discussion and good poll series as well. Also fun re-drafts. Best of luck to you all in the future.

  7. #7
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    congrats to the reds
    30 Team Stadium Checklist: 10 to go

    1) Yankees 2) Orioles 3) Rays 4) Red Sox 5) Mets 6) Braves 7) Phillies 8) Nationals 9) Marlins 10) Pirates 11) Padres 12) Astros 13) Mariners 14) Twins 15) Cubs 16) White Sox 17) Cardinals 18) Indians 19) Tigers 20) Royals 21) Reds

  8. #8
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    By baseball-reference standards, their 10,000th win comes from them starting in 1882.

    as of today, they are 10,001-9711 for a .507 WP%

    Pirates are likely up next, they need 112 wins, and then the Yankees who need 223 wins.

    The 5 teams above the Reds are

    Giants - .538%
    Cubs - .513%
    Dodgers - .524%
    Cardinals - .518%
    Braves - .500%

    2 teams have 10,000 loses, the Braves and the Phillies.

    Neat fact, the Braves are 10 games over .500 in over 20,000 games played, and the D'Backs are 9 games under .500, but only 2200 games played.

    Most records prior to 1890 should probably be removed though, since those aren't actually MLB games.

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/

  9. #9
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    Amazing how there are statistics for every sport category. Congrats to the Reds

  10. #10
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    congrats to the reds

  11. #11
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    Congratulations to the Cincinatti Reds for still existing. I'm not saying they shouldn't exist, but this "milestone" is really just representative of nothing more than existing for a long time, not any type of great sustained success.

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