David Cone is the only Mets pitcher to pitch 3 consecutive complete game victories. Mike Pelfrey threw 2 in 2008
Johnny Vander Meer of the Cincinnati Reds threw no hitters in consecutive starts in 1938. He no-hit the Boston Braves on June 11 and the Brooklyn Dodgers on June 15. He is the only MLB pitcher to throw no hitters in consecutive starts.
Bartolommeo Colon threw 38 consecutive strikes on April 18, 2012.
In 1904, Jack Taylor of the Cubs set a major league record by pitching 39 consecutive complete games. Taylor actually threw 187 consecutive complete games between June 1901 and August 1906, but this streak was interrupted by 15 additional relief appearances. Thus Taylor appeared in 202 consecutive games without being relieved himself. Of course, this was in the 'dead ball' era.
Several Yankees pitchers have thrown no-hit games. Allie Reynolds threw two such gems during the 1951 season. Three Yankees have hurled perfect games -- Don Larsen (in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series), David Wells (during the 1998 season) and David Cone (during the 1999 season).
Pitcher Freddy Garcia threw a club rookie record of 17 wins. ...
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Don Drysdale, a Hall of Fame pitcher for the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers between 1956-1969, holds the MLB record for consecutive shutouts with 6 between May 14, 1968 and June 4, 1968. He broke Walter Johnson's long standing record of consecutive shutout innings, passing Johnson's 56 innings by throwing 58 2/3 of his own. Orel Hershiser threw 59 consecutive shutout innings in 1988 and is the current MLB record holder.
Deacon Phillipe of the Pittsburgh Pirates threw 5 complete games in the 1903 World Series against the Boston Americans.
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