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Phillies near 10,000 loss milestone


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And to top it off, the Phillies contaced this website telling them they already reached their 10000th loss......so typical of this organization, theyll do ANYTHING to deflect negative attention away from them and pretend bad things never happened.

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So how many loses do the Cubs have? haha!

Wikipedia has their record at 9747-9398 since 1874. So if they play exactly .500 ball continuously they're almost exactly 8 years away from 10,000.

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As of tonight's games, according to Baseball-Reference.com:

Phillies = 8798-9987

Braves = 9647-9669

Cubs = 9928-9417

Pirates = 9583-9328

Reds = 9626-9325

Cardinals = 9792-9145

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As of tonight's games, according to Baseball-Reference.com:

Phillies = 8798-9987

Braves = 9647-9669

Cubs = 9928-9417

Pirates = 9583-9328

Reds = 9626-9325

Cardinals = 9792-9145

Are they counting playoffs in those totals? Because they're way off what Wikipedia has. But I'd probably give more weight to baseball-reference.com anyway...

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And to top it off, the Phillies contaced this website telling them they already reached their 10000th loss......so typical of this organization, theyll do ANYTHING to deflect negative attention away from them and pretend bad things never happened.

I remember reading something about that...the franchise was not originally the Phillies, or they came about my merging franchises, or something like that. It happened in some odd way IIRC, and that already over 10,000 loss mark came as a result of combinging everything from the "other" franchises AND the Phillies franchise. But they are near 10,000 losses as the current franchise that has always "really" been the Phillies.

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www.countdownto10000.com

And to top it off, the Phillies contaced this website telling them they already reached their 10000th loss......so typical of this organization, theyll do ANYTHING to deflect negative attention away from them and pretend bad things never happened.

But they don't do anything wrong. They're a model organization. It's just a small but vocal contingent of fans that don't think they're the greatest team of all time. That and the media. It's all the media's fault. How can you expect them to function in this day and age as a small-market club?

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www.countdownto10000.com

And to top it off, the Phillies contaced this website telling them they already reached their 10000th loss......so typical of this organization, theyll do ANYTHING to deflect negative attention away from them and pretend bad things never happened.

But they don't do anything wrong. They're a model organization. It's just a small but vocal contingent of fans that don't think they're the greatest team of all time. That and the media. It's all the media's fault. How can you expect them to function in this day and age as a small-market club?

Does anyone have a towel? Some of that sarcasm dripped on me.

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As of tonight's games, according to Baseball-Reference.com:

Phillies = 8798-9987

Braves = 9647-9669

Cubs = 9928-9417

Pirates = 9583-9328

Reds = 9626-9325

Cardinals = 9792-9145

Are they counting playoffs in those totals? Because they're way off what Wikipedia has. But I'd probably give more weight to baseball-reference.com anyway...

Wikipedia's a more reliable source.

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As of tonight's games, according to Baseball-Reference.com:

Phillies = 8798-9987

Braves = 9647-9669

Cubs = 9928-9417

Pirates = 9583-9328

Reds = 9626-9325

Cardinals = 9792-9145

Are they counting playoffs in those totals? Because they're way off what Wikipedia has. But I'd probably give more weight to baseball-reference.com anyway...

Wikipedia's a more reliable source.

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Of course it is, I just changed it so the Cubs are undefeated and the Cardinals are 0-20000

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Wikipedia is counting the Cubs as starting in 1870 as an independent team, then from 1871-1875 in the National Association. Baseball Reference does not include pre-National League games (starting in 1876).

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