19. Four Straight
Game: 2005 American League Championship Series, Games 2-5
The White Sox steam-rolling of the '05 Playoffs was due in large part to 36 consecutive bullpen-less innings in their AL Championship Series against the Angels. The four-man rotation of Mark Buehrle, Jon Garland, Freddy Garcia, and Jose Contreras combined to pitch four consecutive complete games to take the series 4-1. It was the first time in 77 years that a team had thrown four straight complete games in the playoffs and the feat clinched the White Sox first World Series appearance since 1959.