Joe DiMaggio with 56.
In 1941, Joe DiMaggio had a 56 game hitting streak, a record that still stands today.
No, the hitting streak does not end. Section 10.23 (a) in the Major League Baseball Rulebook states: "A consecutive hitting streak shall not be terminated if a batter's plate appearance results in a base on balls, hit batsman, defensive interference or obstruction or a sacrifice bunt."
Mario Lemeuix helped the Penguins reach an amazing 17 game winning streak.
Through the 2008 season, the second longest consecutive game hitting streak in MLB history is 45 games by Willie Keeler of the Baltimore Orioles that started in the final game of the 1896 season and went through the 44th game of the 1897 season.
a walk is not a hit so therefore his 'hitting' streak does not continue
56 game hitting streak
Chicago is on a 3 game consecutive win streak
Pete Rose had a 44 game hitting streak in 1978.
George Brett had a 30-game hitting streak.
if a guy walks 3 times in a game as his only at bats...is his hitting streak alive??
Alou tied Hubie Brooks for the Mets' longest consecutive game hitting streak at 30 games.
Luis Gonzalez had a 30 game hitting streak from 04-11-1999 to 05-18-1998.
Joe's 56 game hitting streak was ended by the Cleveland Indians and pitchers Al Smith and Jim Bagby.
The Florida State Seminoles have the longest consecutive bowl game winning streak. It has a total of 30 straight bowl games with a winning streak of 22-7-1.
Rico Carty had a 31 game hitting streak from 04-08-1970 to 05-15-1970.
Vladimir Guerrero had a 31 game hitting streak in 1999. While it was the longest streak for a season in the 90s it wasnt longest streak of the 90s. Hal Morris, Cincinnati Reds first baseman, had a 32 game hitting streak that started at the end of August of the 1996 season and carried over into the 1997 season.
After the Cleveland Indians stopped DiMaggio's hitting streak at 56 games on July 17, 1941, he reeled off a 16-game hitting streak. As a result, he hit safely in 72 of 73 games that season.
In Atlanta Braves history, Dan Uggla has had hits in 33 consecutive games, surpassing Rico Carty's previous record of 31. In the history of the Braves' franchise, Uggla is second to Tommy Holmes, who had a 37-game hitting streak in 1945, when the team was in Boston.
56 game hitting streak
In 1983-84, he had a 51-game point-scoring streak that has been compared to "Joltin' Joe" DiMaggio's streak in baseball, during which he averaged exactly three points a game, scoring 61 goals and 92 assists for 153 points.
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