With his one-run, three-hit, 7 2/3-inning win over Kansas City on Saturday, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter extended his current streak of allowing fewer than six hits and three runs to ten games.
That ties the team best over the last 55 years, first set by Woody Williams, accomplished over the end of the 2001 and start of the 2002 seasons. (If one would tighten the criteria further to specify two walks or fewer, Woody would drop off the list.)
Thanks to Tom Orf for the data pull.
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