Joe Harris

In 1906, the luckless Harris compiled one of the worst records ever by a ML hurler. His 2-21 record for the error-prone last-place Red Sox included 14 straight losses and eight shutouts pitched against him. He set an AL record going the route in a 24-inning loss to Philadelphia’s Jack Coombs (4-1, on September 1). Boston-area native Harris suffered again in 1907, going 0-7.