Longest Hitting Streaks Since 1901

Updated: August 10, 2011, 7:23 PM ET
Associated Press

The longest consecutive game hitting streaks in baseball since 1901 (x-active):

Player, Team, Year No.

Joe DiMaggio, New York (A), 1941 56

Pete Rose, Cincinnati, 1978 44

George Sisler, St. Louis (A), 1922 41

Ty Cobb, Detroit, 1911 40

Paul Molitor, Milwaukee, 1987 39

x-Jimmy Rollins, Philadelphia, 2005-06 38

Tommy Holmes, Boston (N), 1945 37

Chase Utley, Philadelphia, 2006 35

Luis Castillo, Florida, 2002 35

Ty Cobb, Detroit, 1917 35

Benito Santiago, San Diego, 1987 34

Dom DiMaggio, Boston (A), 1949 34

George McQuinn, St. Louis (A), 1938 34

George Sisler, St. Louis (A), 1925 34

Heinie Manush, Washington, 1933 33

Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis (N), 1922 33

Hal Chase, New York (A), 1907 33

x-Dan Uggla, Atlanta, 2011 31

Vladimir Guerrero, Montreal, 1999 31

Ken Landreaux, Minnesota, 1980 31

Rico Carty, Atlanta, 1970 31

Willie Davis, Los Angeles, 1969 31

Sam Rice, Washington, 1924 31

Nap Lajoie, Cleveland, 1906 31

Andre Ethier, L.A. Dodgers, 2011 30

Ryan Zimmerman, Washington, 2009 30

Moises Alou, New York (N), 2007 30

Willy Taveras, Houston, 2006 30

Albert Pujols, St. Louis, 2003 30

Luis Gonzalez, Arizona, 1999 30

Sandy Alomar Jr., Cleveland, 1997 30

Eric Davis, Baltimore, 1997 30

Nomar Garciaparra, Boston, 1997 30

Jerome Walton, Chicago (N), 1989 30

George Brett, Kansas City, 1980 30

Ron LeFlore, Detroit, 1976 30

Stan Musial, St. Louis (N), 1950 30

Goose Goslin, Detroit, 1934 30

Bing Miller, Phi (A), 1929 30

Tris Speaker, Boston (A), 1912 30


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