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8 thoughts on “ Consecutive Seasons

  1. Consecutive seasons played with different or multiple teams (includes off-season and mid-season changes) 12 – Terry Mulholland, Philadelphia Phillies, New York Yankees, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves, Pittsburgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers, Cleveland Indians, and Minnesota Twins –
  2. The April 6 Red Sox season opener against the Philadelphia Phillies marks the th consecutive season of professional baseball in Boston! We are celebrating this milestone by changing our masthead to note this fact. Boston’s consecutive seasons are the most in .
  3. Addie Joss had 9 straight seasons, I would presume that's the record. In recent times, Maddux had 7. Edit: Kershaw had 10 in a row, ending in when he posted a ERA level 1.
  4. Can you name the MLB players with the most consecutive seasons of 30+ home runs? by jmnyyankees10 Plays Quiz not verified by Sporcle. Rate 5 stars Rate 4 stars Rate 3 stars Rate 2 stars Rate 1 star. Popular Quizzes Today. NBA Finals Minefield (s) 13,; Find the US States - No.
  5. Overall injury incidences were similar between consecutive seasons, indicating that an injury surveillance study covering one full season can provide a reasonable overview of the injury problem among elite football players in a specific environment. However, a prolonged study period is recommended for analyses of specific injury patterns.
  6. Regular Season Only Winning Streaks. Most Consecutive Games Won - 23 - Indianapolis Colts, Most Consecutive Games Without a Defeat - 25 - Canton Bulldogs, (won 22, tied 3) Most Games Won, Season - 16 - New England Patriots,
  7. Jun 13,  · Which former Detroit 'bad boy', won the NBA total season rebound title three consecutive seasons, from ?" 1. Gail Goodrich 2. Cliff Hagan 3. Dick Barnett 4. Dennis Rodman Rodman won the first two with the Pistons in and .
  8. Jan 08,  · Johnson's 11 consecutive seasons with a victory is the longest active streak on the PGA Tour and makes him one of just six players all-time to record a win in at least 11 straight seasons.

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