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Old 02-21-2019, 07:05 PM
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Who set the Major league record for consecutive wins by a pitcher ?

This should be an easy one.


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Hubbell?
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Old 02-21-2019, 07:42 PM
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Bobby Mathews, with 1.

In that same game, Deacon White set the Major League record for most multi-hit games, also with 1.

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I am virtually sure that's right.
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Here's a statistic I find mind boggling. Most consecutive saves converted. It's not Rivera.
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Here's a statistic I find mind boggling. Most consecutive saves converted. It's not Rivera.
Eric Gagne with about 85. Probably also the number of times he took steroids during that same stretch.
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Eric Gagne with about 85. Probably also the number of times he took steroids during that same stretch.
Yeah, hard to believe he was the same guy who showed up here, isn't it.
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Yeah, hard to believe he was the same guy who showed up here, isn't it.
He was right up there with Heathcliff Slocumb and Calvin Schiraldi when it came to crappy Red Sox closers...
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I think Michael's answer should be considered as well.
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