Did you know that Denny McLain, who won thirty-one (31) games in 1968 and does not appear on this top one-hundred single season leaders for wins chart, is the only modern pitcher with more than thirty (30+) wins during a single season?
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The modern Major League standard for a "great" season is a pitcher with twenty (20) or more victories, yet they would not begin to make this chart until about number three-hundred eighty (380).