Which MLB team has gone the longest without a making a Championship Series?

The longest currently active MLB Championship Series drought belongs to the Pittsburgh Pirates, who have gone 31 years without appearing in a Championship Series.

Who has the longest all time MLB Championship Series drought?

The longest all time MLB Championship Series drought belongs to the Texas Rangers, who went 41 years without appearing in a Championship Series series between 1969 and 2010.

Longest MLB Championship Series Droughts

Team Years Start Year End Year
Texas Rangers 41 1969 2010
Washington Nationals 37 1982 2019
Pittsburgh Pirates 31 1993
Cincinnati Reds 28 1996
Kansas City Royals 28 1986 2014
Milwaukee Brewers 28 1983 2011
Cleveland Indians 26 1969 1995
San Diego Padres 23 1999 2022
Seattle Mariners 22 2002
Minnesota Twins 21 2003
Miami Marlins 20 2004
Toronto Blue Jays 20 1995 2015
Los Angeles Dodgers 19 1989 2008
Atlanta Braves 18 2002 2020
Chicago White Sox 18 2006
Detroit Tigers 18 1988 2006
Seattle Mariners 18 1977 1995
Oakland Athletics 17 2007
Houston Astros 17 1987 2004
Baltimore Orioles 16 1998 2014
Colorado Rockies 16 2008
Minnesota Twins 16 1971 1987
Arizona Diamondbacks 15 2008 2023
Chicago Cubs 15 1969 1984
San Diego Padres 15 1969 1984

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