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That's an 100-win-per-season pace, and MLB has too much competitive balance to sustain that. Even expert managers occasionally fall victim to bad luck or underachieving players.

Unbreakable because...

To put Feller's total in perspective, no active pitcher entered the 2017 season with even 1,000 (much less with a single franchise). The increased role of pitch counts in MLB has discouraged starters from issuing free passes like they used to.

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Teams of today prepare more specific defenses than they did a century ago. With so much data available about opponents' hitting tendencies, fielders can be shifted accordingly. Perhaps .375 is still possible for a single season, but certainly not for a lengthy career.
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