What is the longest shutout streak in Major League Baseball?
Joe DiMaggio hit safely in a record 56 straight games during the 1941 season, which is the Major League record Interestingly enough, DiMaggio also holds the Pacific Coast League record with a 61 game streak The longest streak in any professional league belongs to Joe Wilhoit, who lit up the Western League in 1919 for a staggering 69 game streak
Major League Baseball (Longest winning streak by a team) 26 games -- 1916 New York Giants Streak started September 7, 1916 (defeated Brooklyn Dodgers, 4-1) Streak ended September 30, 1916 (ended by Boston Braves, 8-3) Note: The Giants tied the Pirates in the second game of a doubleheader 1-1 on September 18, 1916. Major League Baseball excludes all games which end in ties from their official statistics. The longest winning streak without ties in Major…
What is the American league record for most consecutive shutout innings pitched by one red sox pitcher?
The all-time leader, not counting pitchers of course, is Bill Bergen. Born in North Brookfield and a Worcester resident when he died, Bergen holds most baseball records for being the worst hitter among regular position players. He was a catcher, and during the 1909 season with the Dodgers had an 0-for-46 streak.