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  • Who: Arthur Rhodes

  • What: Pitcher with most consecutive scoreless games

  • Where: United States

Arthur Rhodes (USA) had a scoreless streak of 33 games while pitching in relief for the Cincinnati Reds (USA) over a 30-inning span from 13 April to 26 June 2010. Rhodes' feat matched the Major League Baseball (MLB) record for most consecutive appearances without allowing a run, a record previously set by Mike Myers of the Colorado Rockies (USA) in 2000 and Mark Guthrie (USA) of the New York Mets (USA) in 2002.

 

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