This day in baseball: Boston’s losing streak ends

Boston Americans pitcher Jesse Tannehill notched a 3-0 victory over the White Sox on May 25, 1906, thus ending a 20-game losing streak for the Americans. The streak began with a 0-8 loss to the New York Highlanders on May 1, 1906 and included 19 losses at home. The Americans would end the 1906 season with a 49-105 record.

1900_Jesse_Tannehill - Wikipedia

Jesse Tannehill in 1900 (Wikipedia)


2 Comments on “This day in baseball: Boston’s losing streak ends”

  1. verdun2 says:

    Shows how things change. In 1903 they win the World Series. In 1904 the win the AL pennant (no Series). By 190 they lose 20 in a row. Such an unpredictable game.
    v


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