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Every MLB Team's Opening Day Record, In Order From Most To Least Wins

The Cubs don't have a problem starting the year with a win.

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Chicago Cubs

*Ties were possible on account of darkness before artificially-lit ballparks allowed for night games.
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*Ties were possible on account of darkness before artificially-lit ballparks allowed for night games.

San Francisco Giants

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Atlanta Braves

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New York Yankees

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Pittsburgh Pirates

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St. Louis Cardinals

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Boston Red Sox

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Baltimore Orioles

Los Angeles Dodgers

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Cincinnati Reds

Joe Robbins / Getty Images

Minnesota Twins

Tom Szczerbowski / Getty Images

Philadelphia Phillies

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Detroit Tigers

Ezra Shaw / Getty Images

Chicago White Sox

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Cleveland Indians

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Oakland A's

Ezra Shaw / Getty Images

New York Mets

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Toronto Blue Jays

Tom Szczerbowski / Getty Images

Washington Nationals

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Texas Rangers

Jeff Gross / Getty Images

Milwaukee Brewers

Joe Robbins / Getty Images

Houston Astros

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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Jeff Gross / Getty Images

San Diego Padres

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Seattle Mariners

Ezra Shaw / Getty Images

Kansas City Royals

Jonathan Daniel / Getty Images

Colorado Rockies

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Arizona Diamondbacks

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Miami Marlins

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Tampa Bay Rays

Nick Laham / Getty Images

All records are provided by Baseball Almanac

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