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Between 1901 and 1960, the team was known as the Washington Senators.
In 1961, the team moved to Minneapolis and changed their name to the Minnesota Twins.
The best start to a Washington Senators season was the 1968 Minnesota Twins, who started the season 6-0. The second best start to a season was the 1913 Washington Senators, who started the season going 5-0. The third best starts to a Washington Senators season was the 1970 Minnesota Twins, the 1979 Minnesota Twins, the 1987 Minnesota Twins, the 2017 Minnesota Twins, the 1901 Washington Senators and the 1951 Washington Senators, who all started the season at 4-0.
The worst start to a Washington Senators season was the 1904 Washington Senators, who started the season at 0-13. The second worst start to a season was the 2016 Minnesota Twins, who started the season with 9 losses. The third worst starts to a Washington Senators season was the 1969 Minnesota Twins, the 1981 Minnesota Twins, the 2012 Minnesota Twins, the 1940 Washington Senators, the 1942 Washington Senators and the 1946 Washington Senators, who all started the season with 4 straight losses.
While in Washington DC, the Washington Senators last missed the playoffs in 1960.
In 1924, the Washington Senators beat the New York Giants in the World Series.
In 1933, the Washington Senators lost to the New York Giants in the World Series.
While in Washington DC, the Washington Senators have appeared in the World Series 3 times, in 1924, 1925 and 1933. In their full franchise history, they've appeared in 6 World Series. In Washington DC, they appeared in 3 World Series as the Washington Senators, in 1924-1925 and 1933. In Minneapolis, they appeared in 3 World Series as the Minnesota Twins, in 1965, 1987 and 1991.
While in Washington DC, the Washington Senators
won the World Series once, in 1924.
In their full franchise history, they've won 3 World Series. In Washington DC, they won one World Series as the Washington Senators, in 1924. In Minneapolis, they won 2 World Series as the Minnesota Twins, in 1987 and 1991.
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|2019||101-61||Lost AL Divisional Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
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|1965||102-60||Lost World Series (Won 0 Rounds)|
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|1924||92-62||Won World Series|