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Most MLB Walk Off wins in a row?


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2014-08-19 12:52:52
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The Houston Astros in 1986 won five in a row by walk-off according to MLB.

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Braves have 25 in 2010 on 27SEP Nope. Braves had 13 walk-off wins during the regular season of 2010. One of the walk-off wins was a PH Ultimate Grand Slam by Brooks Conrad.

The Oakland A's In 2012 With 15 Walk Off wins in a single season.

The all-time mark belongs to the Houston Astros, when they recorded five straight walk-off wins, in July, 1986.

The Yankees had 15 walk-off wins during the 2009 season.

According to the Society for American Baseball Research, Jim Thome, Jimmie Foxx, Mickey Mantle, Stan Musial, Frank Robinson, and Babe Ruth hold the MLB career record for walk off home runs with 12.

The most consecutive wins to start a season is 13 by the 1982 Atlanta Braves and 1987 Milwaukee Brewers.

The New York Yankees led the majors with 51 come from behind wins in 2009. They also led the majors with 15 walk-off wins. Second was the LA Dodgers with 48.

there is usually 3 outs but sometimes there is walk off wins

It is called a Walk-Off home run, and its any homerun that wins the game.

No, he hit a walk off home run in his first major league game but it was not his first at-bat.

17 times, when the Yankees did it in 1943. They also had 17 in 2009, and two in the playoffs. The Yankees did have 17 walk-off wins in 1943. Maybe you meant they had 17 in 2009, overall, because they did if you include 2 Post Season games. Yankees had 15 during the regular season. 2009 Regular Season ... Cabrera had 3. Cano had 2. Posada had 2. Rodriguez had 2. Damon, Matsui, Swisher, Miranda and Cervelli had 1 each. There was one walk-off win made against the Mets when Rodriguez reached on a Castillo error ... and two runs were scored for the 9- 8 Yanksee win, on 6-12-2009.

The term 'walk off' refers to when the home team wins the game in the ninth inning or a later inning. It doesn't have anything to do with the type of play but simply that whatever play occurred was the play that scored the winning run for the home team. You can have a walk off base bit (single, double, triple, or home run), a walk off walk, a walk off hit by pitch, a walk off error, even a walk off balk.

Most of them. The king of it is Rickey Henderson, who was picked off 335 times in his MLB career.

It is when the home team wins a game with a home run in the bottom of the ninth or in extra innings.

Even better. On July 25, 1956 Roberto Clemente became the only MLB player to have everscored a walk-off inside-the-park grand slam in a 9-8 Pittsburgh Pirates win over the Chicago Cubs, at Forbes Field.

Not sure but I think that the Yanks got 17 walk-off wins.

No. A 'walk off home run' is a term, first used by pitcher Dennis Eckersley of the Oakland Athletics, that stands for a home run, hit by the home team in the ninth inning or later, that ends a game.

81 by newly elected Hall of Famer Rickey Henderson...

The HOFer with the most leadoff homers in MLB history is Rickey Henderson.

A walk off is when the home team scores the winning run in the bottom of the final inning, and the hitter and any baserunners get to walk off the field with the victory. Most games end when a team that holds the lead records the final out. Somehow when the defense walks off the field as the winners, it is not considered walking off.

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