No surprise (to me at least) that the answer is Whitey Ford, who started 22 World Series games, winning ten of them -- also a record.
No. Babe had 97 wins as a pitcher ... 94 in the regular season and 3 in the World Series. No MLB player has 100 HRs and 100 wins as a pitcher.
the nationals and a couple other teams with 0 world series wins
On October 2, 1932, the New York Yankees beat the New York Giants 18-4. Every single Yankee batter had at least one hit on the night, and every single Giants pitcher was responsible for at least one run. The Yankees won the World Series in 6 games.
In the Nascar Cup Series, Richard Petty had the longest yearly winning streak. The King won at least one race in 18 consecutive seasons (1960-1977).
I think it is. Or at least these seasons are, since Funimation recently came out with the official dub of World Series.
As of the end of the 2007 season, Greg Maddux has won 13 or more games in 20 consecutive seasons (1988-2007).
Pitcher Herb Pennock with 7 ... 1912 with the Athletics, 1915 and 1916 with the Red Sox, and 1923, 1927, 1928, 1932 with the Yankees.
The World Series is played to the best of seven games. The least amount of games that can be played is 4.
There are several teams that haven't won at all.
Mets, Red Sox, Tigers. you are an idiot whoever wrote this. The Sox have won the world series 7 times.
Teams with at least 4 World Series appearances, the Pittsburgh Pirates have the best winning percentage. 5 World Series titles in 7 Appearances, 5 -2 for a .714 winning percentage. Teams with at least 10 World Series appearances, the New York Yankees have the best winning percentage. 27 World Series titles in 40 Appearances, 27 -13 for a .675 winning percentage.
There is no set answer to this question. STARTING PITCHERS: The least amount of games in the post-season a team can play is 3, if they are defeated in the Division Series in 3 games. If that's the case, each pitcher will probably only pitch once. The most games a team can play in the post-season is 19, if they happen to tie the Division Series 2-2, the Championship Series 3-3, and the World Series 3-3. If the series comes down to the line, it's possible that a pitcher might be used after three days of rest. If that would be the case, you might see a pitcher pitch five times in a single post-season playoff bracket, unless he is brought in for short relief. RELIEVERS: It is possible for a relief or closing pitcher to pitch in every playoff game.
It is a rhombus.
At least in Colorado, a pitcher has no defined size.
On August 24, 2007 San Diego Padres pitcher Greg Maddux became the first pitcher to win at least 10 games in 20 consecutive seasons. Cy Young previously held the mark with 19 straight seasons of double-digit wins from 1891-1909. Maddux is tied with Nolan Ryan for second place behind Don Sutton for most seasons with 10 or more wins. Sutton had 21 such seasons.
The least of the three numbers is 199.
The least of the three integers is 26.
Colorado Rockies, Houston Astros, and the Milwaukee Brewers
Zero. If a pitcher delays the pitch or if the pitcher does an illegal move the umpire is to award the batter a ball. Done 4 consecutive times the batter is awarded 1st base. If then the Pitcher picks the runner off, the first out is recorded with no pitch being thrown. Also if a batter delays the umpire is to issue the batter a strike done three consecutive times the batter would be called out. So it is possible to record an out with no pitch being thrown. Repeat for each out of each inning. Likely the answer that is being looked for is one pitch for each out of th game 27.