...is still rolling at 148 games.
The streak, which began on July 1, 2006, is still intact after official scorers took the error away from Polanco and handed it to Marcus Thames.
Polanco fielded a chopper from Melky Cabrera and tried to run down Johnny Damon, making a poor throw to first that left both base-runners safe.
The apparent thought process on removing the error from Polanco's responsibility is that Thames should have been able to stretch and dig out the throw.
The big league mark for consecutive errorless games by any infielder is 193, set by Steve Garvey from 1983-85.
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