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2010 Orioles: 28-59 (.322)

Notable win-loss records through 88 games (win percentage in parentheses):

1916 Philadelphia Athletics: 19-68-1 (.222)

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1954 Orioles: 32-56 (.364)

1962 New York Mets: 24-64 (.273)

1988 Orioles: 29-59 (.330)

2003 Detroit Tigers: 23-65 (.261)

How each team fared in their 88th game:

1916 Athletics: 6-4 loss to the Chicago White Sox

The Athletics lost again to the White Sox at Comiskey Park. In the eight-game series -- all losses for Philadelphia -- Chicago outscored the Athletics, 47-13, including two shutouts.

1954 Orioles: 9-7 loss to the Boston Red Sox

Catcher Mickey Owen, who entered the game as a pinch runner in the bottom of the eighth, hit a grand slam with two outs in the ninth to complete a six-run inning in Boston's win over the Orioles at Fenway Park. Red Sox left fielder Ted Williams added a three-run home run in the game.

1962 Mets: 3-2 loss to the San Francisco Giants

The Mets scored one run in the bottom of the ninth, but their rally ended with runners on the corners in a one-run loss to San Francisco at the Polo Grounds. New York right fielder Richie Ashburn and shortstop Elio Chacon each contributed an RBI in the defeat. Giants third baseman Jim Davenport was 2-for-4 with an RBI.

1988 Orioles: 7-1 win over the Minnesota Twins

In the first game of a doubleheader, the Orioles cruised to a win over Minnesota in front of an announced 29,578 fans at Memorial Stadium. Center fielder Fred Lynn and designated hitter Eddie Murray each smacked two home runs for the Orioles. Lynn finished with four RBIs, while Murray added two.

2003 Tigers: 4-2 win over the Chicago White Sox

Tigers starting pitcher Jeremy Bonderman improved his record to 3-13 on the season by holding Chicago to two runs and three hits in 6 1/3 innings at Comerica Park. Detroit second baseman Warren Morris was 3-for-4 with an RBI double, while catcher A.J. Hinch added a pair of doubles in the victory.

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