Statistics are current through the games of September 19, 2007:
For a career John Franco, whose career spanned 1984-2005, pitched in 1119 games without starting a single game. Two pitchers in MLB history have pitched more games than Franco. Jesse Orosco (1979-2003) holds the MLB record for career games pitched with 1252. He started 4 of those games. Mike Stanton, who is currently active and pitching with the Cincinnati Reds, is 2nd in all time appearances with 1174. He has started one game in his career.
For a season, Mike Marshall of the 1974 Los Angeles Dodgers pitched in 106 games without starting a single game.
Minnesota Vikings and Buffalo Bills, both with 4 Super Bowl appearances without a win.
Through the 2010 season, that is the Houston Astros with 9 playoff appearances without a World Series win.
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It usually means having pitchers pitch without defined roles.
Complete Game, a stat for pitchers. This means that the pitcher has pitched through the entire game without any relief help from the bullpen, and has played all 9 innings.
The Minnesota Vikings
Well the MLB didn't start having All-Star games until 1933 so there are several players with zero all-star appearances so several players including Tris Speaker, Eddie Collins, and Christy Mathewson are all Hall of Famers without any all-star appearances
generally if there's no humidity the plant stops growing its pitchers.