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Most Wins by Career Length

Data
Player Career Wins Seasons
Carlos Valdivia 132 21
David Wanatabe 22 20
Brett Tracy 303 18
Tomas Barrios 204 17
Ariel Cortez 241 16
Christian Grim 237 15
Livan Lee 210 14
Rick Christensen 262 13
Joe Warden 174 12
Diego Ozuna 196 11
Jose Sosa 167 10
Rudy Ewing 138 9
Antonio Martin 111 8
Charlie Gulan 104 7
Stevie Nevin 87 6
Darrell Christman 61 5
Junior Hernandez 68 4
Footsie Welch 41 3
Ricardo Benavente 26 2
Orlando Martin 17 1

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