I'm not sure about the total by one team... but the most total by one player was Orel Hershiser of The Dodgers when he went 59 innings in a row without giving up a run.AnswerMost consecutive shutout innings pitched by a team: In the National League, the Pittsburgh Pirates, 56 innings, from 6-01-1903 to 6-09-1903. In the American League, the Baltimore Orioles, 54 innings, from 9-01-1974 to 9-07-1974.
The 1969 Mets finished off that season throwing 4 consecutive shutouts and 3 of them against the Phils before ending the season against the Cubbies. I think at that time it was the record for one team throwing consecutive shutout inning against another.
MLB considers a player to be a rookie if they have not had 130 at-bats or pitched 50 innings in the major leagues and/or have not spent more than 44 days on a 25-man roster for an MLB team. Players that are called up to the majors on or after the 1st of September do not have their at-bats or innings pitched count towards the 130/50.
The winning pitcher for the Milwaukee Braves that day was Lew Burdette who managed to scatter 12 hits over 12 innings without giving up a single run. His record went to 8-2. Pittsburgh's Haddix pitched 12 and 2/3 innings of perfect baseball before conceding a hit. His record went to 3-3. Haddix's performance is arguably the greatest single pitching feat in baseball history. There have been 17 perfect games pitched in the Majors but all of them concluded after nine innings. It is doubtful that Haddix's 12 perfect innings will ever again be duplicated. I'd like to add that Pittsburgh ss Dick Schofield batted .500 (6-3) and both 1b Rocky Nelson and 3b Don Hoak batted .400 (5-2). Pittsburgh also left 8 runners stranded. It seems that Pittsburgh's base coaching left something to be desired that day. You'd think that somehow, over all those innings, some strategy could have been used to get at least one runner around to score.
Mickey Wright won three majors in 1961Babe Zaharias won three majors in 1950Betsy Rawls won three majors in 1959This year 2013, Inbee Park gets a Grandslam for winning 3 consecutive game . She has claimed the Kraft Nabisco Championship, the LPGA Championship and the U.S. Women's Open. Karie Webb won five different tournaments recognized as majors. And also Annika SÃ¶renstam.
In 1970 the Atlanta Braves had pitcher Larry Jaster who appeared in 14 games for the Braves, all in relief. His record was 1-1 with no saves. He pitched 24 innings and had a ERA of 6.95. Jaster had previously pitched for St. Louis Cardinals and Montreal Expos. He was not in the Majors in 1971, but was back with the Braves in 1972 where he again had a 1-1 record, pitching in 5 games, making one start and compiled a 5.25 ERA. 1972 was Jaster's last season in MLB.
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