1899 Cleveland Spiders

MLB Record For Consecutive Losses By A Team

1899 Cleveland Spiders

The club finished last in batting average, slugging average, runs, doubles, triples, home runs, stolen bases and earned run average.

Since 1893, the MLB record for consecutive losses by a team is held by the National League’s Cleveland franchise with 24 in 1899.

The American League record for most consecutive team losses (since 1893) is held by the 1988 Baltimore Orioles with 21.

In 1961, the Phillies lost 23 contests in a row. And, in 1953, the St. Louis Browns lost 20 home games in a row.

So, who holds the MLB record for consecutive wins by a team?