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Current four-sport cities ranked. Boston rules. Minneapolis drools.

WHERE THE GAME'S ALWAYS ON OVERALL WIN PCT. BOSTON MINNESOTA 462 .611 Baseball Red Sox Twins Basketball Celtics Timberwolves Football Patriots Vikings Нockey Bruins Wild Who's hot? Who's not? Among 12 cities currently with four major pro sports teams, Washington teams rank near the bottom in winning percentage over the past 10 years. Red Islanders Devils Coyotes Rangers Flyers Jets Giants Cardinals Eagles Knicks Suns .501 Sixers Mets DETROIT Diamondbacks Phillies .512 NEW YORK .509 .511 PHOENIX PHILADELPHIA BY TODD LINDEMAN/ THE WASHINGTON POST WINNING PERCENTAGE OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS (FULL BREAKDOWN, D7-10) Two teams .400 .401 in city .500 .551 or worse to .499 .600 .700 to .550 to .599 to .699 Won or better championship COLD НOТ DALLAS .577 Rangers Mavericks Cowboys ШШП DENVER Rockies .541 Stars Nuggets Broncos 468 WASHINGTON Avalanche Nationals Wizards Redskins Capitals Blackhawks Bears White Sox Panthers Bulls Dolphins CHICAGO Sharks .539 Cubs Heat Raiders Marlins Warriors Athletics Nets 49ers Wings Lions Yankees .494 BAY AREA Pistons Giants Tigers

Current four-sport cities ranked. Boston rules. Minneapolis drools.

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Among twelve cities currently with at least four pro sports teams — baseball, basketball, football and hockey — Washington D.C. teams rank near the bottom in winning percentage over the past 10 ye...

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