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The Standings
Stephen Cannella
July 12, 1999
By winning all their games from June 18 through July 3, the Padres set a team record for consecutive victories, with 14. Though impressive, San Diego's streak still fell 12 wins shy of the major league standard set by the 1916 New York Giants. Here are the 10 teams with the longest team-record winning streaks along with evidence suggesting that such a streak bodes well for a team's chances of making it to the postseason.—David Sabino
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July 12, 1999

The Standings

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By winning all their games from June 18 through July 3, the Padres set a team record for consecutive victories, with 14. Though impressive, San Diego's streak still fell 12 wins shy of the major league standard set by the 1916 New York Giants. Here are the 10 teams with the longest team-record winning streaks along with evidence suggesting that such a streak bodes well for a team's chances of making it to the postseason.
—David Sabino

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