The longest hitting streak in baseball is held by Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees, 56 straight games.
The world's longest hitting streak in Major League Baseball history is owned by Joe DiMaggio.Playing for the Yankees in 1941 the Yankee Clipper hit in 56 consecutive games from May 15 until July 16.
44 games by Willie Keeler of the 1897 Baltimore Orioles.
21 games 1935 Chicago cubs
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Major League Baseball is an American sport. It involves hitting a ball with a bat. The American League and the National League merged in 2000. The origins of the game are unclear, but it became a major sport from the 1860s onwards.
Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees hit safely in 56 consecutive games in 1941.
Hitting for the cycle and hitting a no-hitter are equally rare, sitting at 0.001139 51.73%
For the 2009 season, through games played on May 2 that is 21 games by Ryan Zimmerman of the Washington Nationals.
The longest Opening Day game in major league history was a 15-inning affair played at Cleveland Stadium on April 19, 1960. The Detroit Tigers defeated the Cleveland Indians 4-2.
The record is held by Joe DiMaggio with 56 games in 1941 However there may have been longer streaks in professional baseball, for example DiMaggio's 61 game hitting streak in the PCL back in his San Francisco Seals days.
The 2002 Oakland Athletics hold the record for the longest Major League Baseball (MLB) winning streak by an American League (AL) team with 20 consecutive wins.
On April 15, 1968, the Houston Astros defeated the Mets 1-0 in a 24-inning game at the Houston Astrodome. The 6-hour, 6-min. contest, which ended with the Astros' Bob Aspromonte hitting a grounder through the legs of Mets shortstop Al Weis in the bottom of the 24th, remains the longest shutout game in Major League history.
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