The Yankees have had a winning record for the past 18 consecutive seasons. From 1993 to 2010.
Dallas Cowboys holds the record with a winning season every year from 1966 to 1985. It is also the record for most consecutive winning seasons of any professional sports team.
the same team with 26 worls series titles . YAnkees! Yankees! Yankees! The Yankees just guaranteed (with their most recent win), a winning season for 2010. This ties the record for 2nd most consecutive winning seasons. The most consecutive winning seasons in MLB history: 1st - The New York Yankees: 1926 to 1964 (39 consecutive winning seasons) 2nd (tie) - Baltimore Orioles from 1968 to 1985 (18 consecutive winning seasons) - New York Yankees from 1993 to 2010 (18 consecutive winning seasons - streak still intact)
The Dallas Cowboys from 1966 to 1985 (20 seasons) hold the record for most consecutive winning seasons.
Linfield College in McMinnville, OR. 54 consecutive winning seasons as both NAIA and NCAA Division III teams.
The University of Oklahoma
I believe the answer is the San Antonio Spurs.
The Cowboys had a winning regular season record for 20 seasons between 1966-1985.
North Carolina, with 31 consecutive 20-win seasons (1970-71 through 2000-01)
They hold the record for most consecutive winning seasons with 20. This was during the Landry years.
The UCLA Men's Basketball team hold that record, winning 88 games through the years 1971-1974. The UCONN Women's Basketball team has won 77 games to this date.