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Josh Johnson best winning percentage in Marlins history

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Josh Johnson will finish the season with the best winning percentage in the history of the Marlins franchise.

By virtue of his no-decision, Josh Johnson secured the Marlins' single-season winning percentage record. It's currently .750 (15-5), but even if he loses Sunday's season finale at Philadelphia and it drops to .714, he'll still eclipse Dontrelle Willis' 2003 record (14-6, .700).

I doubled check this to see if JCR was right, he is.  I really thought that Dontrelle's 22 game win season had to be better, I was wrong. In 2006 when Willis went 22-10 he only logged a .688 win percentage.

Congrats JJ!