They're on pace for 110 losses, which would be the most in the history of a franchise that is steeped in losing tradition.
They've matched the worst road start in modern history at 4-28, something done only by the 1982 Twins, 1916 Athletics and 1904 Senators.
They have the highest team ERA in the majors (5.94), have allowed the most runs (393, an average of 6.3 a game) and issued the most walks in the AL (260). Plus, they've made the most errors in the majors (56, after making three Saturday), have the worst fielding percentage (.974) and have allowed the most unearned runs (40, after giving up six more).
Could it get worse?
Yes it could.
They're on the verge, at 20-42, of dropping past Kansas City for the worst record in the majors.
Man its rough being a Royals fan right now, when a team who has played as awful as the D-Rays still have a better record than you. The D-Rays look pretty smart right now in my eyes for leaving Gaithwright and Upton in the minors, absolutely no reason to burn a year of lockdown off for a team who has no chance of competing.