List of Major League Baseball individual streaks

List of Major League Baseball individual streaks

The following is a list of notable individual streaks achieved in Major League Baseball.

Hitting

Consecutive game records

Consecutive games with a hit
*56 - Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees - May 15 through July 16, 1941

Consecutive games hitting a home run
*3 tied with 8 - Dale Long, Pittsburgh Pirates - May 19 through May 28, 1956, Don Mattingly, - New York Yankees - July 8 through July 18, 1987, and Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle Mariners - July 20 through July 28, 1993

Consecutive games reaching base (official) "(only includes outcomes that increase on-base percentage: base hit, walk, or hit-by-pitch)"
*84 - Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox - July 1 through September 27, 1949

Consecutive games without a strikeout
*115 - Joe Sewell, Cleveland Indians - May 17 through September 19, 1929

Consecutive games with two or more hits
*13 - Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis Cardinals - July 5 through July 18, 1923

Consecutive games with three or more hits
*3 tied with 6 - Sam Thompson, Philadelphia Phillies - June 11 through 21, 1895, Jimmy Johnston, Brooklyn Dodgers - June 24 through June 30, 1923 and George Brett, Kansas City Royals - May 8 through 13, 1976

Consecutive games with an extra base hit
*2 tied with 14 - Paul Waner, Pittsburgh Pirates - June 6 through June 20, 1927, and Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves - July 1 through July 16, 2006

Consecutive games with an RBI
*17 - Ray Grimes, Chicago Cubs - June 27 through July 2, 1922

Consecutive games scoring one or more runs
*24 - Billy Hamilton, Philadelphia Phillies - July 6 through August 2, 1894

Consecutive games with a walk
*22 - Roy Cullenbine, Detroit Tigers - July 2 through July 22, 1947

Consecutive games with a triple
*2 tied with 5 - Harry Davis, Pittsburgh Pirates - July 29 through August 3, 1897, and Chief Wilson, Pittsburgh Pirates - June 17 through 20, 1912

Consecutive plate appearance records

Consecutive plate appearances reaching base (official) "(only includes outcomes that increase on-base percentage: base hit, walk, or hit-by-pitch)"
*17 - Piggy Ward, Baltimore Orioles and Cincinnati Reds - June 16 through June 19, 1893 (8 hits, 8 walks, 1 hit-by-pitch)
*16 - Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox - September 17 through September 24, 1957 (6 hits, 9 walks, 1 hit-by-pitch) (best since 1900)

Consecutive plate appearances reaching base (unofficial) "(includes all possible ways of reaching base: base hit, walk, hit-by-pitch, error, fielder's choice, dropped third strike, catcher's interference and fielder's obstruction)"
*17 - Earl Averill, Jr., Los Angeles Angels - June 3 through June 10 (first game), 1962 (7 hits, 8 walks, 1 error, 1 fielder's choice)
*16 - Rico Petrocelli, Boston Red Sox - April 20 through April 23, 1969 (7 hits, 7 walks, 2 fielders' choice)
*16 - Manny Ramírez, Boston Red Sox - August 18 (second game) through August 21, 2006 (7 hits, 7 walks, 2 errors)

Consecutive plate appearances with a hit
*12 - Walt Dropo, Detroit Tigers - July 14 and 15, 1952

Consecutive plate appearances with a walk
*5 tied with 7 - Billy Rogell, Detroit Tigers - August 17 through 19, 1938, Mel Ott, New York Giants - June 16 through 18, 1943, Eddie Stanky, New York Giants - August 29 and 30, 1950, José Canseco, Oakland Athletics - August 4 and 5, 1992, and Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants - September 24 through 26, 2004

Consecutive season records

Consecutive seasons hitting .300 or better (50 or more games)
*23 - Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers - 1906 through 1928

Consecutive seasons, 100 or more RBI
*2 tied with 13 - Lou Gehrig, New York Yankees - 1926 through 1938, and Jimmie Foxx, Philadelphia A's and Boston Red Sox - 1929 through 1941

Consecutive seasons with 200 or more hits
* 2 tied with 8 - Willie Keeler, Baltimore Orioles (Pre New York Highlanders, not the current franchise located in Baltimore) and Brooklyn Superbas - 1894 through 1901, and Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle Mariners - 2001 through 2008 "(active streak)"

Consecutive seasons with 150 or more hits
*17 - Hank Aaron, Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves - 1955 through 1971

Consecutive seasons with 100 or more runs scored
*2 tied with 13 - Lou Gehrig, New York Yankees - 1926 through 1938, and Hank Aaron, Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves - 1955 through 1967

Consecutive seasons with 40 or more home runs
*7 - Babe Ruth, New York Yankees - 1926 through 1932

Consecutive seasons with 30 or more home runs
*13 - Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants - 1992 through 2004 (LH)
*12 - Jimmie Foxx, Philadelphia Athletics and Boston Red Sox - 1929 through 1940 (RH)Consecutive seasons with 20 or more home runs
*20 - Hank Aaron, Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves - 1955 through 1974

Consecutive seasons with 40 or more doubles
*7 - Joe Medwick, St. Louis Cardinals - 1933 through 1939

Consecutive seasons with 20 or more triples
*3 - Sam Crawford, Detroit Tigers 1912 through 1914

Consecutive seasons with 100 or more walks
* 2 tied with 8 - Frank Thomas, Chicago White Sox - 1991 through 1998, and Bobby Abreu, Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees - 1999 through 2006

Consecutive seasons with 600 or more at-bats
*13 - Pete Rose, Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies - 1968 through 1980

Consecutive seasons, .400 on-base percentage or better
*17 - Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox - 1939 through 1958

Consecutive seasons, .600 slugging average or better (50 or more games)
*7 - Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants - 1998 through 2004

Baserunning

Consecutive stolen bases without being caught stealing
*50 - Vince Coleman, St. Louis Cardinals - September 18, 1988 through July 26, 1989Consecutive seasons, 100 or more stolen bases
*3 - Vince Coleman, St. Louis Cardinals - 1985 through 1987Consecutive seasons, 50 or more stolen bases
*12 - Lou Brock, St. Louis Cardinals - 1965 through 1976Consecutive seasons, 40 or more stolen bases
*14 - Rickey Henderson, Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees, and Toronto Blue Jays - 1980 through 1993

Pitching

Consecutive game records

Consecutive games won
*24 - Carl Hubbell, New York Giants - July 18, 1936 through May 27, 1937 "(record set over two seasons)"

Consecutive games won within a single season
*2 tied with 19 - Tim Keefe, New York Giants - June 23 through August 10, 1888, and Rube Marquard, New York Giants - April 11 through July 3, 1912 "(streak began on Opening Day)"

Consecutive complete games (since 1900)
*39 - Jack Taylor, St. Louis Cardinals - April 15 through October 6, 1904

Consecutive games without being relieved
*202 - Jack Taylor, Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals - June 20, 1901 through August 13, 1906 "(187 starts, all complete games, and 15 relief appearances)"

Consecutive shutouts
*6 - Don Drysdale, Los Angeles Dodgers - May 14 through June 4, 1968

Consecutive no-hit games
*2 - Johnny Vander Meer, Cincinnati Reds - June 11 and 15, 1938

Consecutive games with 10 or more strikeouts
*8 - Pedro Martínez, Boston Red Sox - August 19 through September 27, 1999

Consecutive saves converted
*84 - Eric Gagné, Los Angeles Dodgers - August 28, 2002 through July 5, 2004 "(record set over three seasons)"

Consecutive team games with a save
*2 tied with 6 - Eric Gagné, Los Angeles Dodgers - May 16 through 22, 2003, and Rod Beck, Chicago Cubs - July 3 through July 11, 1998

Consecutive team games with a relief appearance
*2 tied with 13 - Mike Marshall, Los Angeles Dodgers - June 18 through July 3, 1974, and Dale Mohorcic, Texas Rangers - August 6 through 20, 1986

Consecutive innings records

Consecutive scoreless innings pitched
*59 - Orel Hershiser, Los Angeles Dodgers - August 30 through September 28, 1988

Consecutive hitless innings pitched
*24.1 - Cy Young, Boston Americans - May 3 through May 11, 1904 "(included one perfect game)"

Consecutive perfect innings pitched
*2 tied with 13.2 - Jim Barr, San Francisco Giants - August 23 and 29, 1972 "(as a starting pitcher)" and Bobby Jenks, Chicago White Sox - July 17th, 2007 - August 12th, 2007 "(as a relief pitcher)"

Consecutive innings pitched without allowing a walk
*84.1 - Bill Fischer, Kansas City Athletics - August 3 through September 30, 1962

Consecutive innings pitched without allowing a home run (modern era)
*270.1 - Greg Minton, San Francisco Giants - September 6, 1978 through May 2, 1982

Consecutive innings pitched without allowing a home run (dead-ball era)
*1001 - Ed Killian, Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers - September 19, 1903, through August 7, 1907

Consecutive batters faced with a strikeout
*2 tied with 10 - Tom Seaver, New York Mets - April 22, 1970 "(as a starting pitcher)", and Eric Gagné, Los Angeles Dodgers - May 17 through May 21, 2003 "(as a relief pitcher)"

Consecutive scoreless innings pitched to start a Major League career
*39 - Brad Ziegler, Oakland Athletics - May 31 through August 14, 2008

Consecutive season records

Consecutive seasons, 40 or more wins
*3 - Tommy Bond, Boston Redcaps - 1877 through 1879

Consecutive seasons, 30 or more wins
*6 - Tim Keefe, New York Metropolitans (American Association) and New York Giants 1883 through 1888

Consecutive seasons, 20 or more wins
*12 - Christy Mathewson, New York Giants - 1903 through 1914

Consecutive seasons, 15 or more wins
*17 - Greg Maddux, Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves - 1988 through 2004

Consecutive seasons, 10 or more wins
*20 - Greg Maddux, Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Dodgers, and San Diego Padres - 1988-2007

Consecutive seasons, 300 or more strikeouts
*5 - Randy Johnson, Seattle Mariners, Houston Astros, and Arizona Diamondbacks - 1998 through 2002

Consecutive seasons, 200 or more strikeouts
*9 - Tom Seaver, New York Mets - 1968 through 1976

Consecutive Opening Day starts
*14 - Jack Morris, Detroit Tigers, Minnesota Twins, and Toronto Blue Jays - 1980 through 1993

Consecutive seasons, 30 or more saves
*8 - Trevor Hoffman, San Diego Padres - 1995 through 2002

Fielding

The nature and demands of each position differ significantly, thus the records are separated by position. For example, first basemen and catchers do relatively little fielding of batted balls and much more catching of thrown balls and pitches, respectively, so their record totals for chances accepted and putouts tend to be much higher over a shorter period of time.

Lewis' record as an outfielder is unique in that it occurred at the start of his career, his first three seasons being as a part-time player. He did not become a nearly-full-time player until 1993.

Polanco's and Youkilis' streaks were also significant, spanning the entire 2007 season.

Consecutive fielding chances without an error
*First base - 2,002 - Kevin Youkilis, Boston Red Sox - July 4, 2006, through June 6, 2008 [cite web | title = Youk's late error halts streak | work = redsox.com | url=http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20080607&content_id=2863362&vkey=news_bos&fext=.jsp&c_id=bos | accessdate = 2008-06-08 ]
*Second base - 911 - Plácido Polanco, Detroit Tigers - July 1, 2006, through April 7, 2008 [cite web | title = Polanco's errorless streak ends| work = redsox.com | url= http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20080408&content_id=2504549&vkey=news_det&fext=.jsp&c_id=det | accessdate = 2008-04-08 ]
*Shortstop - 544 - Mike Bordick, Baltimore Orioles / Toronto Blue Jays - April 10, 2002, through April 2, 2003
*Third base - 272 - Vinny Castilla, Colorado Rockies / Washington Nationals - July 4, 2004, through April 22, 2005
*Outfield - 938 - Darren Lewis, Oakland Athletics / San Francisco Giants - August 21 - October 3, 1990 / July 13, 1991, through June 29, 1994
*Catcher - 1,565 - Mike Matheny, St. Louis Cardinals - August 1, 2002, through August 4, 2004 "(does not include passed balls)"
*Pitcher - 273 - Claude Passeau, Chicago Cubs - September 21, 1941, through May 20, 1946

Source for figures through 2007: "The Elias Book of Baseball Records", 2008.

Games Played

Consecutive games played
*2,632 - Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore Orioles - May 30, 1982 through September 19, 1998

Consecutive innings played (non-pitcher)
*8,243 - Cal Ripken, Jr., Baltimore Orioles - June 5, 1982 through September 14, 1987 "(record set over 903 games)"

Consecutive seasons played
*27 - Cap Anson, Rockford Forest Citys, Philadelphia Athletics, Chicago White Stockings, and Chicago Colts - 1871 through 1897 "(1871-1875 seasons were played in the National Association, a professional league which preceded Major League Baseball)."

Consecutive seasons played (pitcher)
*26 - Nolan Ryan, New York Mets, California Angels, Houston Astros, and Texas Rangers - 1968 through 1993

Consecutive seasons played with one team
*2 tied with 23 - Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Orioles - 1955 through 1977, and Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox - 1961 through 1983

Consecutive seasons with a playoff appearance
* 13 - Mariano Rivera, New York Yankees - 1995 through 2007

Awards

Consecutive MVP Awards
*4 - Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants - 2001 through 2004

Consecutive Cy Young Awards
*2 tied with 4 - Greg Maddux, Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves - 1992 through 1995, and Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks - 1999 through 2002

Consecutive Gold Glove Awards
*2 tied with 16 - Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Orioles - 1960 through 1975 and Jim Kaat, Minnesota Twins, Chicago White Sox, and Philadelphia Phillies - 1962 through 1977"

Consecutive Silver Slugger Awards"(award first attributed in 1980)"
*10 - Mike Piazza, Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets - 1993 through 2002

Consecutive Hank Aaron Awards"(award first attributed in 1999)"
*3 - Alex Rodriguez, Texas Rangers - 2001 through 2003

Consecutive Edgar Martinez Awards "(award first attributed in 1973, originally called the Outstanding Designated Hitter Award)"
* 5 - David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox - 2003 through 2007 "(active streak)"

Consecutive Rolaids Relief Man of the Year Awards"(award first attributed in 1976)"
* 4 - Dan Quisenberry, Kansas City Royals - 1983 through 1985

Consecutive MLB Player of the Month Awards "(award first attributed in 1958)"
* 3 - Mark McGwire, St. Louis Cardinals - September, 1997 through May, 1998

Consecutive All-Star Game appearances
*2 tied with 24 - Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals 1943-1963 "(no game was played in war year of 1945; 2 games were played in 1959 and 1962)" and Willie Mays, New York & San Francisco Giants & New York Mets 1954-1973 "(2 games were played in 1959 and 1962)"

See also

* Major League Baseball titles streaks

References

External links

* [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0FCI/is_9_63/ai_n6154583/pg_1 Baseball's 11 greatest individual streaks in major league history]


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