Thirty games after it began, Jackie Bradley Jr.'s hitting streak is over. Bradley went 0 for 4 on Thursday night, and ended the game stranded on the on-deck circle. With his hitting streak ending at 29 games, he finishes 27 shy of matching Joe DiMaggio's historic 56-game streak.

In addition to having the longest active streak, Bradley had been closing in on the Red Sox's franchise record, which instead will remain credited to Dom DiMaggio. Nonetheless, you have to give it up to Bradley, who hit .415/.488/.783 with eight home runs during his month-long run. Not bad for anyone, let alone someone whose bat has been questioned throughout his big-league career.

For those eager to follow the next-longest hitting streak, the bad news is no one else has an active one longer than 20 games. The good news is two players entered Thursday with streak of 18 games: Bradley's teammate Xander Bogaerts and Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer. Bogaerts extended his streak to 19 games, while Hosmer's game was rained out.