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2010 Orioles: 31-70 (.307)

Notable win-loss records through 102 games (win percentage in parentheses):

1916 Philadelphia Athletics: 20-81-1 (.201)

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1954 Orioles: 36-66 (.353)

1962 New York Mets: 26-76 (.255)

1988 Orioles: 32-70 (.314)

2003 Detroit Tigers: 28-74 (.275)

How each team fared in their 102nd game:

1916 Athletics: 10-4 loss to the Detroit Tigers

A day after ending their season-worst 20-game losing streak, the Athletics went back to their losing ways in a defeat against Detroit at Navin Field.

1954 Orioles: 8-6 loss to the New York Yankees

Yankees left fielder Gene Woodling contributed a home run and three RBIs as New York held off the Orioles in front of an announced 28,643 fans in the first game of a doubleheader at Memorial Stadium. Catcher Yogi Berra was 4-for-5 with two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored for the Yankees.

1962 Mets: 5-1 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals

New York outfielder Richie Ashburn was 3-for-3, but the Cardinals scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh to win the second game of a doubleheader at Busch Stadium. St. Louis center fielder Curt Flood and second baseman Julian Javier each added two RBIs, while the Cardinals' Bill White hit a solo homer.

1988 Orioles: 8-7 loss to the Kansas City Royals

Shortstop Cal Ripken Jr. hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth, but the Orioles' rally came up one run short in a loss to Kansas City in front of an announced 38,540 fans at Memorial Stadium. Ripken collected three RBIs, and Orioles designated hitter Eddie Murray was 2-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs.

2003 Tigers: 5-1 win over the Kansas City Royals

Tigers starting pitcher Jeremy Bonderman held the Royals to one run and three hits in eight innings as Detroit won the second game of the series at Comerica Park. Shortstop Ramon Santiago contributed two RBIs for the Tigers, while right fielder Bobby Higginson was 2-for-3 with a sacrifice fly.

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