Which MLB team has gone the longest without a postseason series win?

The longest currently active MLB postseason series win drought belongs to the Cincinnati Reds, who have gone 28 years without winning a postseason series.

Who has the longest all time MLB postseason series win drought?

The longest all time MLB postseason series win drought belongs to the Chicago Cubs, who went 94 years without winning a postseason series between 1909 and 2003.

Longest MLB Postseason Series Win Droughts

Team Years Start Year End Year
Chicago Cubs 94 1909 2003
Chicago White Sox 87 1918 2005
Philadelphia Phillies 77 1903 1980
Baltimore Orioles 63 1903 1966
Minnesota Twins 62 1925 1987
Boston Red Sox 56 1919 1975
Brooklyn Dodgers 52 1903 1955
Texas Rangers 49 1961 2010
Cleveland Indians 46 1949 1995
Milwaukee Braves 42 1915 1957
Houston Astros 42 1962 2004
Oakland Athletics 41 1931 1972
Anaheim Angels 41 1961 2002
Washington Nationals 37 1982 2019
Pittsburgh Pirates 34 1926 1960
San Francisco Giants 34 1955 1989
Atlanta Braves 33 1958 1991
Pittsburgh Pirates 33 1980 2013
Detroit Tigers 32 1903 1935
Cincinnati Reds 29 1941 1970
Cincinnati Reds 28 1996
Kansas City Royals 28 1986 2014
Milwaukee Brewers 28 1983 2011
Cleveland Indians 27 1921 1948
St. Louis Cardinals 23 1903 1926

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