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Consecutive Game Hit Record

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Consecutive Game Hit Record
Who holds the most consecutive game hit record?
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Re: Consecutive Game Hit Record
[ Author: Guest: Basebill | Posted: May 27, 2005 10:30 AM ]

I believe Yoshi Takahashi set the mark with a 33 game streak for the Carp in 1979.
Re: Consecutive Game Hit Record
[ Author: Jingu Bleacher Bum | Posted: May 27, 2005 1:11 PM | YAK Fan ]

Games  Player Name           Club               Year  Start   Finish  Avg during Streak
33 Yoshihiko Takahashi Hiroshima Carp 1979 Jun 06 Jul 31 .410 (57-139)
32 Tokuji Nagaike Hankyu Braves 1971 May 28 Jul 06 .424 (53-125)
31 Jirou Noguchi Hankyu 1946 Aug 29 Oct 26 .366 (48-131)
30 Isao Harimoto Yomiuri Giants 1976 May 13 Jun 20 .415 (51-124)
30 Yutaka Fukumoto Hankyu Braves 1977 May 18 Jul 10 .379 (47-124)
29 Glenn Braggs Yokohama BayStars 1993 Jun 02 Jul 15 .454 (49-108)
28 Shinjirou Hiyama Hanshin Tigers 2001 Jul 03 Aug 12 .414 (46-111)
28 Tony Bernazard Nankai Hawks 1988 Jul 31 Sep 16 .387 (43-111)
27 Yoshiuki Iwamoto Shochiku Robins 1951 Apr 22 Jun 06 .486 (50-103)
27 Yoshinori Hirose Nankai Hawks 1964 May 14 Jun 13 .422 (49-116)
26 Arturo Lopez Tokyo Orions 1968 Jun 12 Jul 17 .377 (40-106)
26 Ryuzo Yamasaki Hiroshima Carp 1984 Jun 06 Jul 14 .409 (45-110)
26 Yasuaki Taihou Hanshin Tigers 1999 Aug 24 Oct 01 .428 (38-89)

O T H E R F A M O U S N A M E S
25 Sadaharu Oh Yomiuri Giants 1968 May 01 Jun 09 .437 (38-87)
25 Randy Bass Hanshin Tigers 1983 Sep 06 Oct 15 .350 (36-103)
21 Shigeo Nagashima Yomiuri Giants 1969 Sep 20 Oct 12 .420 (34-81)
Source: Ms-Database Barrage of Hits (Japanese only)
Re: Consecutive Game Hit Record
[ Author: Guest: John Brooks | Posted: May 28, 2005 12:01 AM ]

Thanks for the in-depth information about consecutive game hit records. And it's interesting that there hasn't been any sigificant consecutive game hit record this decade.
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