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Check out the 'Consecutive Games Played Streaks' link on this page to see the 15 longest consecutive games played streaks in MLB history.
1988 ... the Orioles lost an MLB record 21 consecutive games to start the season.
The New York Mets has the modern era record for most consecutive lost road games. This happened in 1963 from June 16 to July 28. The Mets lost 22 straight times in away from home games.
The Boston Red Sox have sold out the most consecutive games in MLB history while the Portland Trailblazers have sold out the most consecutive home games in the NBA (and in North America for any sport).
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost all 14 games in their first season (1976) and the first 12 games of their second season. The total of 26 consecutive losses is an NFL record.
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In NFL history, the most consecutive losses is 26 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1976 and 1977. Tampa Bay's first year in the NFL was 1976 and they lost all 14 games on the schedule. The following year they lost the first 12 games on the schedule before finally defeating the New Orleans Saints 33-14 for their first NFL victory.
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Joe DiMaggio has the most consecutive hits in mlb history with 56 hits.
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Glenn Hall 502 consecutive games.
The Boston Red Sox hold the record with 615 consecutive sellouts as of August 14, 2010.
Norte dame has more consecutive wins and overall championships in NCAA history.
The Buffalo Bills have the most consecutive appearances in a Super Bowl. The went to Super Bowls XXV, XXVI, XXVII, and XXVIII. The lost all four games.
The most consecutive losses in NCAA football in Division 1 (FBS) belongs to the Northwestern Wildcats. They lost a total of 34 games in a row between 1979 and 1982.
Lou Gehrig played the most consecutive games as a Yankee with 2,130.
The most consecutive hat trick in ice hockey's history is 7 times.
Through the 2008 season, that would be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who lost 26 straight games starting September 12, 1976 (Game 1) and ending December 4, 1977 (Game 26). Those 26 games were the first 26 games in the Bucs' franchise history.