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    Biggest Pitcher Winning Percentage Range Other Than 1.000 and .000

    Boston's Brandon Workman went 10-1 (.909). In 2014, he went 1-10 (.091), for a gap of .818. Excluding seasons with only wins or only losses, do any other pitchers have that big a gap between their best and worst season winning percentages?

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    Boston's Brandon Workman went 10-1 (.909). In 2014, he went 1-10 (.091), for a gap of .818. Excluding seasons with only wins or only losses, do any other pitchers have that big a gap between their best and worst season winning percentages?
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    Re: Biggest Pitcher Winning Percentage Range Other Than 1.000 and .000

    Closest I've been able to find is Phil Regan's .766 gap between his 1965 (1-5, .167) and 1966 (14-1, .933).
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