Which MLB team had the longest losing streak in the 1951 season?

The New York Giants and the Washington Senators share the record for the longest losing streak within the 1951 season at 11 straight games.

Longest 1951 MLB Losing Streaks

Team Losing Streak Start End Avg Margin of Defeat
1 New York Giants 11 Apr 19 Apr 29 2.8 runs
Washington Senators 11 Aug 12 Aug 22 3.1 runs
3 Philadelphia Athletics 10 Apr 21 Apr 29 2.7 runs
4 Boston Red Sox 9 Sep 23 Sep 30 4.3 runs
St. Louis Browns 9 Jun 20 Jun 29 4.9 runs
Washington Senators 9 May 20 May 30 6.4 runs
Washington Senators 9 Sep 1 Sep 9 2.7 runs
8 Chicago Cubs 8 Jul 2 Jul 13 4.0 runs
Philadelphia Phillies 8 Aug 12 Aug 19 2.8 runs
Pittsburgh Pirates 8 May 26 Jun 3 4.8 runs
11 Cincinnati Reds 7 Jul 22 Jul 29 2.6 runs
Cincinnati Reds 7 Aug 19 Aug 25 2.1 runs
Detroit Tigers 7 May 27 Jun 3 3.6 runs
Philadelphia Athletics 7 Jul 19 Jul 26 1.6 runs
Washington Senators 7 Jun 3 Jun 10 3.1 runs
Washington Senators 7 Jun 27 Jul 2 2.7 runs
17 Boston Braves 6 Sep 2 Sep 7 4.2 runs
Boston Braves 6 Sep 16 Sep 24 2.7 runs
Chicago Cubs 6 Jul 22 Jul 28 3.2 runs
Cincinnati Reds 6 Aug 26 Aug 30 3.8 runs
Cleveland Indians 6 May 14 May 20 3.8 runs
Philadelphia Athletics 6 May 20 May 27 3.8 runs
Philadelphia Athletics 6 Jun 7 Jun 14 3.7 runs
Philadelphia Athletics 6 Aug 1 Aug 5 1.8 runs
Philadelphia Phillies 6 Sep 3 Sep 9 3.2 runs
Philadelphia Phillies 6 May 23 May 30 1.8 runs
Pittsburgh Pirates 6 May 18 May 23 9.0 runs
Pittsburgh Pirates 6 Jun 17 Jun 23 5.0 runs
St. Louis Browns 6 May 1 May 6 6.8 runs
St. Louis Browns 6 May 17 May 23 4.7 runs
31 Boston Braves 5 Jun 2 Jun 5 3.4 runs
Boston Braves 5 May 10 May 17 2.4 runs
Boston Red Sox 5 Jun 3 Jun 6 4.4 runs
Boston Red Sox 5 Aug 4 Aug 9 2.0 runs
Chicago Cubs 5 Aug 19 Aug 24 2.2 runs
Chicago White Sox 5 Jul 20 Jul 24 3.6 runs
Chicago White Sox 5 Jul 26 Jul 31 2.8 runs
Detroit Tigers 5 May 21 May 26 3.4 runs
Philadelphia Athletics 5 Jul 2 Jul 6 6.0 runs
Pittsburgh Pirates 5 Sep 7 Sep 11 2.8 runs
St. Louis Browns 5 Aug 25 Aug 29 7.4 runs
St. Louis Browns 5 Aug 4 Aug 8 3.6 runs
St. Louis Cardinals 5 May 7 May 12 5.0 runs
St. Louis Cardinals 5 Jul 25 Jul 29 3.8 runs
45 Brooklyn Dodgers 4 Jul 14 Jul 15 2.2 runs
Chicago Cubs 4 Jun 6 Jun 10 7.0 runs
Chicago Cubs 4 Aug 29 Sep 2 6.2 runs
Chicago Cubs 4 Sep 12 Sep 16 4.2 runs
Chicago Cubs 4 Jun 12 Jun 15 3.8 runs
Chicago Cubs 4 Sep 23 Sep 29 3.2 runs
Chicago Cubs 4 Sep 5 Sep 8 2.8 runs
Chicago Cubs 4 Aug 26 Aug 27 2.2 runs
Chicago White Sox 4 Sep 14 Sep 17 3.0 runs
Chicago White Sox 4 Aug 8 Aug 12 2.5 runs
Chicago White Sox 4 Sep 19 Sep 23 2.0 runs
Cincinnati Reds 4 May 18 May 20 4.8 runs
Cincinnati Reds 4 Jun 28 Jul 2 4.2 runs
Cincinnati Reds 4 Aug 9 Aug 12 1.2 runs
Cleveland Indians 4 May 7 May 12 5.0 runs
Cleveland Indians 4 Sep 21 Sep 25 4.0 runs
Cleveland Indians 4 May 25 May 27 3.2 runs
Detroit Tigers 4 Aug 29 Sep 1 3.2 runs
Detroit Tigers 4 Jun 29 Jul 1 2.0 runs
Detroit Tigers 4 Sep 8 Sep 12 1.0 runs
New York Giants 4 Aug 8 Aug 11 2.8 runs
New York Yankees 4 May 27 May 30 2.5 runs
Philadelphia Phillies 4 Aug 28 Sep 1 2.8 runs
Philadelphia Phillies 4 Jul 5 Jul 8 2.8 runs
Philadelphia Phillies 4 Jun 30 Jul 3 2.5 runs
Pittsburgh Pirates 4 Jul 8 Jul 14 2.2 runs
St. Louis Browns 4 Aug 1 Aug 3 6.0 runs
St. Louis Browns 4 Jul 7 Jul 12 4.5 runs
St. Louis Browns 4 May 7 May 12 4.2 runs
St. Louis Browns 4 Jul 20 Jul 22 4.0 runs
St. Louis Browns 4 Apr 22 Apr 25 3.2 runs
Washington Senators 4 May 13 May 16 6.0 runs
Washington Senators 4 Sep 16 Sep 18 3.0 runs

Were there any historic MLB losing streaks in the 1951 season?

In the 1951 MLB season, there were no losing streaks that were in the all time top 50 losing streaks in the same season.

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