May 10, 2018
Twenty-six years ago this week, Anthony Young got his first loss of 1992. He followed that up with another loss. And then another. He began inventing new and exciting ways to lose, and his teammates provided no help on offense or on defense. Young would eventually lose 27 straight decisions, the longest streak in baseball history. Mike and Bill dig into each of the losses and chart the career of the hardest luck pitcher there ever was. Also, happy birthday to Ross Barnes and Mike Cuellar.