Many of them:
Tony Mullane & Guy Hecker both pitched no-hitters for the Louisville Eclipse in the AA League in 1882
Ed Morris & Frank Mountain both pitched no-hitters for the Columbus Buckeyes in 1884
Ed Seward & Gus Weyhing both pitched no-hitters for the Philadelphia Athletics in 1888
Cy Young & Jesse Tannehill both pitched no-hitters for the Boston Americans in 1904
Bob Rhoads & Addie Joss both pitched no-hitters for the Cleveland Naps in 1908
Rube Foster & Dutch Leonard both pitched no-hitters for the Red Sox in 1916
Ernie Koob & Bob Groom both pithed no-hitters for the St. Louis Browns in 1917
Johnny Vander Meer of the Reds pitched back to back no-hitters in 1938
Allie Reynolds of the Yankees pitched 2 in 1951
Virgil Trucks of the Tigers pitched 2 in 1952
Carl Erskine & Sal Maglie both pitched no-hitters for the Dodgers in 1956
Lew Burdette & Warren Spahn both pitched no-hitters for the Braves in 1960
Earl Wilson & Bill Monbouquette both pitched no-hitters for the Red Sox in 1962
Burt Hooton & Milt Pappas both pitched no-hitters for the Cubs in 1972
Nolan Ryan of the Angles pitched 2 in 1973
a winning season is when a team has more wins than losses. For example a team with a 9-7 (or better) record has had a winning season.
In MLB, only one team has had more than one 50+ home run hitter in a season ... that being the 1961 New York Yankees with Roger Maris hitting 61 and Mickey Mantle hitting 54.
This can happen if a player is traded during the season. If his previous team has already played more games than his new team, he may have appeared in more total games than his current team has played.
Mickey Mantle did it 2 or 3 times
its only been one season the pats did it in 07 but lost in the super bowl
15??? or 12
Through the 2011 regular season, the Giants have won 10,522 and the Cubs have won 10,311.
The MLB regular season schedule for each team is 81 home games and 81 road games, for a total of 162 games per season.