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MLB Record for Consecutive Hits

With Rafael Devers testing its very limits, MLB fans must be wondering what the record for most consecutive hits in a row is. We’re unsure at this juncture if Devers will be able to beat the seemingly insurmountable mark, but just in case, here’s everything you need to know.

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The MLB record for most hits in a row by a single player is 12, a mark which is shared by Pinky Higgins of the Boston Red Sox (1938) and Walt Dropo of the Detroit Tigers (1952).

As Pete Abraham points out, several Red Sox have had their chance at the record, with Dustin Pedroia coming close in 2016. Higgins and Dropo, however, remain the only players to record 12 straight.

For now, we join the rest of the baseball world on Devers watch, but this remains one of the more impressive and strange records in MLB.





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