With Washington's win over Houston and the White Sox win over Kansas City, there are now five teams in the majors with the record of 55-69. Florida lost earlier today to San Francisco to start the trend.
Mediocrity loves company.
That's .448 if you're scoring at home.
All five teams are in fourth place in their respective divisions.
Just eyeballing past standings, I think that there have been two years since the three division era started in 1994 when three teams finished the year with the same record:
2000: St. Louis, Atlanta, and the White Sox all finished 95-67
1997: Cincinnati, San Diego, and Toronto all finished 76-86.
In 1992, when each league had two divisions and just 26 teams overall, the Mets, San Francisco, Angels, and Kansas City all finished at 72-90.