#10 The1950 Detroit Tigers
The 1950 Detroit Tigers posted what is the seventh best winning percentage in franchise history at .617.
The Detroit Tigers seemed to trail only the New York Yankees that year, finishing second in the American League behind the Yankees. They had a home attendance of 1,951,474, again trailing only to the Yankees.
Third baseman George Knell led the team with a .340 batting average, 218 hits and 56 doubles which helped him finish fourth in the AL MVP voting. CenterFielder Hoot Evers had a .323 batting average and 109 RBIs. RightFielder Vic Wertz had 27 home runs, 123 RBIs, and a .408 on-base percentage.
Meanwhile, on the mound, pitcher Art Houtermann led the team with a record of 19-12, a 3.54 ERA.
The next team on our list is the 2006 Detroit Tigers who brought the team their tenth pennant title in franchise history.