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Sugar Land continues to pace all of pro ball…by far

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When the Sugar Land Skeeters started the season 20-3, they had by far the best winning percentage in all of professional baseball at .869.  Obviously they had no where to go but down from that point, and they’ve only gone 44-25 since then.  In their final visit to York this season at 64-28 on July 28, the Skeeters still hold the best winning percentage in all of pro ball, a distinction they’ve held most of the season.  After the jump is the complete list of teams holding a winning percentage of .600 or higher overall in the domestic leagues.  At 55-37 (.598) on July 28, Somerset just missed the cut as the second Atlantic League team.  In the Majors, only the St. Louis Cardinals have a winning percentage above .600.

Sugar Land Skeeters, 64-28 (.696) Atlantic
Wichita Wingnuts, 45-22 (.672) American Association
Jamestown Jammers, 25-13 (.658) New York-Penn
Bluefield Blue Jays, 23-12 (.657) Appalachian
Greeneville Astros, 23-12 (.657) Appalachian
Tri-City ValleyCats, 26-14 (.650) New York-Penn
Durham Bulls, 68-40 (.630) International
Fort Myers Miracle, 64-37 (.634) Florida State
Helena Brewers, 23-14 (.622) Pioneer
Cedar Rapids Kernels, 64-39 (.621) Midwest
Binghamton Mets, 65-40 (.619) Eastern
Birmhingham Barons, 65-40 (.619) Southern
South Bend Silver Hawks, 65-40 (.619) Midwest
Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, 42-26 (.618) American Association
Pulaski Mariners, 21-13 (.618) Appalachian
Gateway Grizzlies, 37-23 (.617) Frontier
Traverse City Beach Bums, 37-23 (.617) Frontier
St. Louis Cardinals, 62-39 (.614) MLB
Fort Worth Cats, 38-24 (.613) United
Quebec Capitales, 41-26 (.612) Can-Am
Potomac Nationals, 62-40 (.608) Carolina
Myrtle Beach Pelicans, 62-41 (.602) Carolina
Beloit Snappers, 63-42 (.600) Midwest
Grand Junction Rockies, 21-14 (.600) Pioneer
Kingsport Mets, 21-14 (.600) Appalachian

-Paul Braverman

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