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Winning Percentage

Winning PercentageNational LeagueAmerican League At least 15 wins, except in strike years of 1981 and 1994 (when the minimum was 10).

Ne Win, U

(Encyclopedia) Ne Win, U oo n wn, 1911–2002, Burmese soldier and political leader. He abandoned his original name, Shu Maung, in 1941 when he joined a Japanese-supported nationalist military group…

Win Myint

(Encyclopedia) Win Myint, 1951–, Burmese lawyer and political leader. A member of the National League for Democracy (NLD), he spent a brief time in prison during the 1988 uprising against the…

Soe Win Biography

Prime MinisterDied: Oct. 12, 2007 (Myanmar) Best Known as: Prime Minister and member of military junta Prime Minister and fourth ranking member of the…

Game-Winning Goals in Overtime

A total of 219 games were tied after regulation during the 1997-98 regular season, with 54 being resolved in overtime. Teams play one five-minute overtime period during the regular season…

Winning Percentage: National League

National League Multiple winners: Ed Reulbach and Tom Seaver (3); Larry Benton, Harry Brecheen, Jack Chesbro, Paul Derringer, Freddie Fitzsimmons, Don Gullett, Claude Hendrix, Carl Hubbell,…

Winning Percentage: American League

American League Multiple winners: Lefty Grove (5); Chief Bender, Roger Clemens and Whitey Ford (3); Johnny Allen, Eddie Cicotte, Mike Cuellar, Lefty Gomez, Ron Guidry, Catfish Hunter, Randy…

Fact Monster Wins Webby Award!

Astonished Fact Monster Wins Webby! Creature overwhelmed with happiness by Borgna Brunner Fact Monster Favorites Mystery InitialsPanda BabiesBanned BooksTimeline of Crayola Crayon…

U.S. Medal-Winning Softball Teams

Multiple gold medals: United States (3).Year 1996United States, China, Australia2000United States, Japan, Australia2004 United States, Australia, Japan2008 Japan, United States, AustraliaU.S…