Joe DiMaggio - 56 consecutive games with a base hit in 1941.
Joe DiMaggio hit in 56 consecutive games during the 1941 season.
The MLB consecutive games with a base hit record is held by Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees who got a hit in 56 consecutive games in the 1941 season.
Joe DiMaggio set the record with hits in 56 consecutive games in 1941.
In 2002, the Oakland A's won 20 games in a row, the record for most consecutive games.
Cap Ripken Jr. holds the record for the most consecutive games played. He appeared in 2,632 consecutive games before voluntarily taking his name out of the lineup in the final day of the 1998 season.
Cal Ripken Jr. played in 2,632 consecutive games.
Cal Ripken, Jr.
It's a tie at 21 games. The 1880 Chicago White Stockings and the 1935 Chicago Cubs both achieved 21 consecutive victories. Source: Baseball-almanac.com
In 1990, Ryne Sandberg set a major league record with 123 consecutive games at second base without committing an error. While Sandberg's mark still stands as the National League record, in 2007 the Detroit Tigers' Placido Polanco took the Major League record. Polanco finished the 2007 season with 188 consecutive errorless games, dating back to July 1, 2006.
36 strikeouts for the American League player Joe Abnois
The 1988 Orioles started with 21 consecutive losses, which I believe is the modern record.
Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees hit safely in 56 consecutive games in 1941.
yes, there are no pitching restrictions in the mlb.
Most consecutive games played at 2,632 Most consecutive innings played at 8,243
The record is tied between the New York Yankees(1914) and the Tampa Bay Rays (2009). The record is set at 19 consecutive games.
Joe Di Maggio of the New York Yankees had hits in 56 consecutive games during the 1941 season.
His record for most consecutive games may never be broken...the active player with the most consecutive games as of the end of the 2014 season hasn't broken 400 yet, and Cal Ripken Jr.'s record is 2,632.
Steve Garvey of the Dodgers and Padres with 1207 consecutive games played between September 3, 1975 and July 29, 1983.
In 1941 Joe DiMaggio set a record for Consecutive games hitting streak with 56.
1995 Cal Ripken, Jr. Baseball Consecutive games record
Cal Ripkin Jr. (2,632)