The 2003 Detroit Tigers season was the team’s 103rd season is noted as the worst season ever in the team’s franchise. The team completed with the most misfortunes in American League history and came surprisingly close to tying the 1962 New York Mets for the most misfortunes in current significant association history.

This would be the last year wherein the group would lose at least 100 games in a season until 2019.

The group went 43-119, which outperformed the 1916 Philadelphia Athletics for the most misfortunes in American League history. Be that as it may, because of a more limited season in 1916, the Athletics had a more regrettable winning rate and seven fewer successes (36-117 record) than the 2003 Tigers.

The Tigers were outscored by 337 runs throughout the span of the period (928 to 591) and completed 47 games behind the Minnesota Twins. Fault for the horrid season was shared by both the pitching staff, which had an ERA of 5.30, and the players, who got done with a group batting normal of .240, 19 focuses underneath the American League’s .259 batting normal.

On August 22, the Tigers turned into the most punctual group to be disposed of from season finisher conflict.

Aside from the 2003 season, the Tigers has also had quite a number of bad seasons including 1975, 2002, 1996, 1952, and 2019 seasons.


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