Castillo sets errorless streak at 2b
- May 22, 2007 - 1:27 AM
Twins second baseman Luis Castillo set a major league record last week, and nobody knew it until Monday.
Castillo entered Monday riding a streak of 129 games without an error, the longest ever for a major league second baseman, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The previous record was 123 games, by Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg of the Cubs.
Twins media relations manager Dustin Morse checked with Elias about the record Monday and discovered Castillo already had set it.
Entering Monday, Castillo had gone 588 chances without an error, with 350 assists and 238 putouts, including 66 double plays.
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