Who has the longest active MLB Postseason drought?

The longest currently active MLB Postseason drought is shared by the Detroit Tigers and Los Angeles Angels, who have gone 9 seasons without making the Postseason.

Who has the longest all time MLB Postseason drought?

The longest all time MLB Postseason drought belongs to the St. Louis Browns, who went 41 seasons without making the Postseason between 1903 and 1944.

Longest MLB Postseason Droughts

Team Years Start Year End Year
St. Louis Browns 41 1903 1944
Cleveland Indians 40 1955 1995
Chicago White Sox 39 1920 1959
Oakland Athletics 39 1932 1971
Chicago Cubs 38 1946 1984
Texas Rangers 35 1961 1996
Philadelphia Phillies 34 1916 1950
Boston Braves 33 1915 1948
Pittsburgh Pirates 32 1928 1960
Minnesota Twins 31 1934 1965
Washington Nationals 30 1982 2012
Kansas City Royals 28 1986 2014
Boston Red Sox 27 1919 1946
Cleveland Indians 27 1921 1948
Philadelphia Phillies 25 1951 1976
Milwaukee Brewers 25 1983 2008
Detroit Tigers 24 1910 1934
Chicago White Sox 23 1960 1983
St. Louis Cardinals 23 1903 1926
Detroit Tigers 22 1946 1968
Baltimore Orioles 21 1945 1966
Washington Senators 21 1903 1924
Boston Red Sox 20 1947 1967
Brooklyn Dodgers 20 1921 1941
Cincinnati Reds 20 1941 1961

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