The 2001 Mariners remain atop the SI.com power rankings of the winningest teams in baseball history, while the 2016 Cubs also hold their previous spot. However, there is plenty of movement elsewhere, including from the 1998, '27 and '61 Yankees.

By Cliff Corcoran
June 24, 2016

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All stats and records through Thursday’s MLB games

With the Cubs on pace for a historically significant number of wins this season, we have decided to track their progress against 10 of the winningest teams in major league history. This week’s check in comes at the 71-game mark (excluding ties). Seven games have been played by each team since last week’s initial standings. As a reminder, here are the 10 teams and where they finished their respective seasons:

Team Record PCT Result
1906 Cubs 116–36 .763 Lost World Series
2001 Mariners 116–46 .716 Lost ALCS
1998 Yankees 114–48 .704 Won World Series
1954 Indians 111–43 .721 Lost World Series
1909 Pirates 110–42 .724 Won World Series
1927 Yankees 110–44 .714 Won World Series
1961 Yankees 109–53 .673 Won World Series
1969 Orioles 109–53 .673 Lost World Series
1975 Reds 108–54 .667 Won World Series
1986 Mets 108–54 .667 Won World Series

NOTE: Postseason results were not a factor in the selection or ranking of the teams.


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