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Terry Felton - Dubious Baseball Records Terry Lane Felton (born October 29, 1957 in Texarkana, AK) was a not very successful pitcher for the Minnesota Twins from 1979 to 1982. Felton holds two of the most dubious pitching records in Major League Baseball history: the most consecutive losses to start a career and most career losses without ever being credited with a victory. He was released by the Twins after the 1982 season in which he went 0-13. In that 1982 season Felton was used as a starter in six games and a closer in 20 others. As a reliever he gave up three walkoff homers. When Felton's 0-13 mark from 1982 is added to his 0-3 record coming into that season, he has a combined lifetime record of 0-16. Felton finished with a 5.53 career ERA. However his team did win six of the 55 games in which he played. Oddly enough, Tony Armas, who won two-thirds of American League triple crown in 1984, went hitless in the nine times he faced Felton.
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Added: 26th May 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Posted by: Marty6697 on 2012-05-26 
Hey, ya have to give him credit, he tried. The Detroit Lions are in the Football Hall of Fame, for most losses in a season going o for 16. They made the playoffs last year. Lava you know around here not too good for the Lions since Bobby Layne. Stafford the Lions quaterback threw for over 5000 yards last year, it's ironic that he went to the same high school as bobby Layne.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2012-05-26 
Yep, he made the majors. That's an achievement. Millions of ballplayers never make it to the majors. My cousin got as far as A ball in the Toronto Blue Jays' farm system 30 years ago.
Posted by: BigBoy Bob on 2012-05-26 
Gee I think I could do the same feat!
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