MLB: Most Losses in a Row by a Pitcher in History

Nowhere To Hide for Anthony Young in 1992 and 1993

Nowhere To Hide for Anthony Young in 1992 and 1993

The New York Mets own the top two spots here, including reliever Anthony Young’s incredible 27-game losing streak.

The Mets have five pitchers total on the list, two of whom contributed to the worst team record in modern baseball history: 40-120 in 1962. Roger Craig lost 18 in a row the following season.

PITCHER SEASON(S) TEAM(S)
1. Anthony Young  27  1992-1993 New York Mets
2. Craig Anderson  19  1962-1964 New York Mets
2. Jack Nabors  19  1916 Philadelphia Athletics
4. Mike Parrott  18  1980-1981 Seattle Mariners
4. Matt Keough  18  1978-1979 Oakland A’s
4. Andy Hassler  18  1975-1976 California Angels / Kansas City Royals
4. Roger Craig  18  1963 New York Mets
8. Charlie Bishop  17  1953-1954 Philadelphia Athletics
9. Terry Felton  16  1980-1982 Minnesota Twins
9. Chuck Stobbs  16  1956-1957 Washington Senators
11. Bob Miller  15  1961-1962 St. Louis Cardinals / New York Mets
11. Howie Judson  15  1949-1950 Chicago White Sox
11. Burleigh Grimes  15  1917-1918 Pittsburgh Pirates / Brooklyn Dodgers
14. Chris Volstad  14  2011-2012 Florida Marlins / Chicago Cubs
14. Matt Young  14  1991-1993 Boston Red Sox / Cleveland Indians
14. Jim Acker  14  1987-1989 Atlanta Braves / Toronto Blue Jays
14. Skip Lockwood  14  1978-1979 New York Mets
14. Bill Champion  14  1972-1973 Philadelphia Phillies
14. Paul Calvert  14  1949 Washington Senators
14. Lum Harris  14  1943-1944 Philadelphia Athletics
14. Eddie Smith  14  1941-1942 Chicago White Sox
14. Milt Gaston  14  1931-1932 Boston Red Sox / Chicago White Sox
14. Bill Piercy  14  1922-1923 Boston Red Sox
14. Roy Moore  14  1920-1921 Philadelphia Athletics

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