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A look at the winningest pitcher in the history of each current major league franchise in order of victories:

May 27, 2012|By Bill Shaikin
  • Ricky Nolasco became the all-time wins leader in Marlins history when he won No. 69 on Tuesday.
Ricky Nolasco became the all-time wins leader in Marlins history when he… (Wilfredo Lee / Associated…)

Ricky Nolasco etched his name in the record book of the Miami Marlins last week passing Dontrelle Willis to become the Marlins' all-time leader in victories. He tops a list on which Josh Johnson ranks third, A.J. Burnett fourth and Brad Penny fifth. Nolasco doesn't quite evoke the emotion of, say, Bob Gibson or Warren Spahn. Then again, the Marlins have only been in business since 1993. Here's a look at the winningest pitcher in the history of each current major league franchise in order of victories:

Team: Pitcher, Wins

Twins/Senators: Walter Johnson, 417

Giants: Christy Mathewson, 372

Braves: Warren Spahn, 356

Athletics: Eddie Plank, 284

Orioles: Jim Palmer, 268

Indians: Bob Feller, 266

White Sox: Ted Lyons, 260

Cardinals: Bob Gibson, 251

Phillies: Steve Carlton, 241

Yankees: Whitey Ford, 236

Dodgers: Don Sutton, 233

Tigers: Hooks Dauss, 223

Pirates: Wilbur Cooper, 202

Cubs: Charlie Root, 201

Mets: Tom Seaver, 198

Red Sox: Roger Clemens and Cy Young, 192

Reds: Eppa Rixey, 179

Blue Jays: Dave Stieb, 175

Royals: Paul Splittorff, 166

Angels: Chuck Finley, 165

Nationals/Expos: Steve Rogers, 158

Mariners: Jamie Moyer, 145

Astros: Joe Niekro, 144

Rangers: Charlie Hough, 139

Diamondbacks: Randy Johnson, 118

Brewers: Jim Slaton, 117

Padres: Eric Show, 100

Rays: James Shields, 78

Rockies:Aaron Cook, 72

Marlins: Ricky Nolasco, 69

Source: baseball-reference.com

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