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I believe the King is correct with 21. I also believe the year was 1935 when our friend Gabby Hartnett hit .344. That is the year they were in Strat-o-Matic. If I wasn't playing baseball as a kid, I was playing Strat-o-Matic.
The Cubs have the record, no? I think it's 21 in a row, and it's one of the early 30's teams.
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