Anthony Young tied the major-league mark Tuesday night for consective losing games. Here's the record:
23 _ Anthony Young, New York (NL) (April 28, 1992-now)
23 _ Cliff Curtis, Boston (NL) (June 13, 1910-May 22, 1911)
19 _ Robert Groon, Washington (AL) (June 19-Sept. 25, 1909)
19 _ John Nabors, Philadelphia (AL) (April 28-Sept. 28, 1916)
Here are some key numbers during Mets pitcher Anthony Young's 23-game losing streak, which ties a major-league record:
Streak: 23 consecutive losses.
The record: 23 consecutive losses by Cliff Curtis of the Boston Braves in 1910-1911.
Previous Mets record: 19 consecutive losses by Craig Anderson, 1962-1964.
Breakdown: 11 consecutive losses as a starter, 12 as a reliever.
Last win: April 19, 1992, a span of 71 appearances.
Night games: 0-18.
Day Games: 0-5.
Most wins by opponent: 0-5 vs. Montreal.
Career record: 4-28.
Scoring: The Mets have been outscored 124-63 during his streak.