What happened to the 2001 Seattle Mariners?
The Seattle Mariners’ 2001 season was the 25th since the franchise’s inception. The Mariners finished with a 116–46 (. 716) record, tying the major league record for wins set by the 1906 Chicago Cubs, and setting the record for wins by an American League team.
How did the Mariners win 116 games?
Bret Boone and John Olerud homered in the Mariners’ win. Seattle split its final two regular-season games to finish with a 116-46 record (a . 716 winning percentage), tying the 1906 Chicago Cubs for the most wins in MLB history. The Cubs accomplished the feat in 10 fewer games, going 116-36 (.
Who won 116 games 2001?
the 2001 Seattle Mariners
A combination of talent and fortune, the 2001 Seattle Mariners won 116 games, a feat matched only by the 1906 Chicago Cubs.
What made the 2001 Mariners so good?
The Defense: Another major reason for Seattle’s historic 2001 season was their overall team defense. Their defense was worth more wins (9.9) than any team in the MLB since the 1990 Oakland A’s defense (10.5).
Who won the 2001 ALCS?
New York Yankees2001 American League Championship Series / Champion
What was the Mariners best season?
The 2001 Seattle Mariners played 162 games during the regular season, won 116 games, lost 46 games, and finished in first position. They played their home games at Safeco Field (Park Factors: 93/94) where 3,507,326 fans witnessed their 2001 Mariners finish the season with a . 716 winning percentage.
Did the Mariners win a World Series?
Mariners (1977) The Mariners have not only never appeared in a World Series, but they are riding the longest playoff drought in any of the four major pro sports at 19 years.
Who won the 2002 ALDS?
Minnesota Twins over Oakland Athletics (3-2)
Who won the AL West in 2001?
(1) Seattle Mariners (Western Division champion, 116–46) vs….
|2001 American League Division Series|
|Team (Wins) Manager Season New York Yankees (3) Joe Torre 95–65, .594, GA: 131⁄2 Oakland Athletics (2) Art Howe 102–60, .630, GB: 14|