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  • Cal Ripken - most consecutive games played
  • Cy Young's 511 career wins as a pitcher.
  • I agree with Squid that Cal Ripken's is going to be the absolute toughest record to break. "Ripken earned the nickname "Iron Man",[4] doggedly remaining in the lineup, despite numerous minor injuries. He played in a record 2,632 straight games spanning sixteen seasons, from May 30, 1982 to September 20, 1998. He played his 2131st consecutive game on September 6, 1995, against the California Angels, breaking the 56-year-old record set by the "Iron Horse" Lou Gehrig, the legendary New York Yankees first baseman. Fans named his 2131st consecutive game Major League Baseball's "Most Memorable Moment" in MLB history.[5][6] Ripken was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility on January 9, 2007." Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cal_Ripken,_Jr.
  • The bank records of the owners.
  • 1. Rickey Henderson's 1406 steals. 2. Nolan Ryan's 5714 strikeouts. 3. Lenny Harris' 212 pinch hits.
  • Yeah, either Cal Ripken's consecutive games played streak, or Joe DiMaggio's 56 game hitting streak.
  • Lou Gehrig's showing up for so many games? I don't know for sure, but at some point he held the record for that. :)
  • Pete rose and his gambling problem.
  • Hack Wilson's 191 rbi's for ONE season
  • Steve Carlton's 90 career balks.
  • Lou Gerihg's error less streak
  • 2 actually. cal ripken JR.s streak of games started also CY young's 511 career wins as a pitcher today's pitchers get 3-5 days rest while old day pitchers pitched every day or every other day pretty much todays players are also spoiled brats who get to rest almost at will. the coach is at the mercy of his players
  • Alcohol blood level of the old days.
  • Cy Young's 316 losses.
  • Probably Bobby Cox's record for being ejected from games. He has been ejected more than 130 times.
  • THIS HAS TO PETE ROSE HIT RECORD 4256 IT WOULD TAKE 21 SEASONS IF YOU HAVE 202 HIT PER SEASON.NO ONE WILL STAY IN THE GAME THAT LONG ANYMORE BECAUSE OF THE MONEY AND IF THEY DO THERE IS NOBODY THAT COULD EVER HAVE 21 SEASON WITH 200 PLUS HITS.
  • Nolan's strikeouts DiMaggio's hitting streak Cansaeco's number of friends he ratted out
  • All of the complete games pitched records.Especially the 749 Complete games pitched in a career by Walter Johnson.
  • Inside the park home runs, 55 in a career by Jesse Burkett. Can you imagine seeing some of the things that took place back then , in games today ?
  • It's gotta be Cal Ripken's consecutive game record. Untouchable.
  • 367 -- Lifetime average compiled by Ty Cobb. Tony Gwynn finished at .338. Enough said. Joe DiMaggio hit .408 with 15 home runs during his streak. AP 2 -- Consecutive no-hitters thrown by Johnny Vander Meer in 1938. Matching this feat would be quite an achievement. Three in a row? No chance. 36 -- Triples legged out by Chief Wilson in 1912. In the past 50 years, only four players have topped 20 in a season: Willie Mays (20 in 1957), George Brett (20 in 1979), Willie Wilson (21 in 1985) and Cristian Guzman (20 in 2000). 50 -- Pitches absorbed by Ron Hunt in 1971. Don Baylor's highest hit-by-pitch total was 35 in 1986. Craig Biggio and Jason Kendall have both posted 30-plunk seasons, but Hunt is in a class by himself. 56 -- Consecutive games with a hit, accomplished by Joe DiMaggio in 1941. There have been only three other hitting streaks of at least 40 games since 1900, topped by Pete Rose at 44 games in 1978. 59 -- Consecutive scoreless innings pitched by Orel Hershiser in 1988. That's a lot of zeros. Back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back shutouts and change. 110 -- Career shutouts by Walter Johnson. Nolan Ryan, who pitched 26 years, finished with 61, which is tied for seventh place with Tom Seaver. Bob Gibson, who threw 13 shutouts in 1968, had 56 in his career. Clemens is the active leader with 46. 130 -- Bases stolen by Rickey Henderson in 1982. Other than Rickey himself, no player has come within 50 since Vince Coleman stole 109 in 1987. 177 -- Runs scored by Babe Ruth in 1921. Two players have since scored 150 in a season: Ted Williams (150 in 1949) and Jeff Bagwell (152 in 2000). 191 -- RBIs collected by Hack Wilson in 1930. Since 1940, only Manny Ramirez (165 in 1999) and Sammy Sosa (160 in 2001) have reached 160. 511 -- Career wins for Cy Young. Tom Glavine won his 250th career game Friday night. Think he has another 17 years left in the tank? 2,632 -- Consecutive games played by Cal Ripken, or 24 percent more than Lou Gehrig (2,130). Miguel Tejada, who played in his 556th straight game Sunday, is on pace to break Ripken's ironman streak in 2016. 5,714 -- Career strikeouts for Ryan, which is 38 percent more Steve Carlton. 4,256 -- Career hits for Pete Rose. The only other player with more than 4,000 hits is Cobb (4,191).
  • Unless the world ends, I have to think that every record will be broken, eventually.
  • Time banned for gambling
  • Cal Ripken's
  • Fernando Tatis' 2 Grand Slams in one inning off of the same pitcher.He did it 4-23-1999 off of Chan Ho Park.
  • Johnny VandeMeere Back to Back No Hitters Fernando Tatis 2 Grand Slams in one inning Texas Rangers 30 runs in one game
  • There are too many to choose. Wilson's 191 rbis in a season, Bonds 73 homeruns in a season, Dimaggio's 56 game hit streak, Cy Youngs win total. Ryan's strikeout total and number of no hitters thrown. Henderson's stolen bases in a season. Cal Ripken's consecutive games played streat. There are just too many to choose.
  • joe dimaggio's 56 game hitting streak
  • The only one no one said here is the 1998 Yankees who had 125 wins
  • Cy Young's 511 wins. Cal Ripken Jr.'s 2,632 consecutive games played Joe DiMaggio's 56 game hit streak
  • Cy Young's 511 wins and 316 losses, Sam Crawford's 309 triples, and other similar records will probably never be broken on account of the game having changed too much. If you sent a Clemens or Maddux (Greg, not Mike) back to 1890, or an A-Rod back to 1900, there's a pretty good chance that they'd approach those figures by the time they finished up (and likewise Sam Crawford probably would have hit 500+ home runs had he spent his entire career in the lively ball era, but nowhere near as many as 300 triples). That said, Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak and Rickey Henderson's 1406 stolen bases will probably never be broken, both on account of being too absurd. Jose Reyes will probably try to make a run at Rickey, though...
  • Leon Cadore's (Brooklyn) and Joe Oeschger's (Boston) record for most innings pitched in a single game: 26 on 05-01-1920.
  • Cal Ripken's most consecutive games played in a row
  • either . . . . Cy Young's 511 career wins or Cy Young's 60 wins in a single season or Joe DiMaggio's 56 game hit streak
  • There's way to many but overall I'd say Cal Ripken Jr's consecutive game record. The other three were Rickey Henderson's steal record, Nolan Ryans stikeout record, and the Yankees 5 world series in a row record. Well, actually Frenando Tatis record of two grand slams in one inning won't be broken either.
  • Definitly Cy Youngs wins
  • cal ripken jrs consecutive games played streak
  • Hoss Radbourn's 59 wins in a season
  • I go with the Yankee Clipper - 56. My 2 cents.
  • joe jamagio 56 consecotive hits
  • There are alot of records that may never be broken,Cal Ripkin Jr played 2,632 straight games,2,131 consecutive ,beating Lou Gehrig's 56 year old record ,so it's going to be awhile if it's going to be broke again.
  • Cy Young - 511 wins... Johnny Vander Meer - 2 consecutive no-hitters... Nolan Ryan - 5,714 strikeouts... Nolan Ryan - 7 no-hitters... Pete Rose - 4,256 hits... Ty Cobb - 54 steals of home... Joe DiMaggio - 56-game hitting streak... any hitter batting .400 in a season... any pitcher winning 30 games in a season...
  • Several MLB Records will most likely never be broken,well for at least another 25-30 years or so. They are: Nolan Ryan's Strikeouts Barry Bonds' Homeruns Pete Rose's Games and Hits Cy Young's Wins and Losses
  • clearly its cy youngs career wins 511
  • I have another that I have to look up cause I can't remember his name I'll mention it later but for now Frenando Tatis record of two grand slams in one inning,no man will ever hit three grand slams in one inning, thats about impossable
  • What about Lou Gehrig's Career Grand Slam Record? 23. That record is still standing and I think the only one that has come close to beating is Manny Ramirez with 20.
  • juan gonzalez being hit 8 times one game and jeromy burnitz 15 double plays grounded into one game and mike piazza doubles of 7
  • Joe D 56 game hitting streak
  • If anybody ever beats DiMaggio's hitting streak i promise i'll streak thru Times Square!
  • Bob Feller's 36 complete games pitched in 1946.
  • Noone will beat Cal Ripken Jr.'s consecutive game streak! NoWay! He will always be the iron man
  • Barry Bonds single season homerun record and Cy Youngs 511 career wins.
  • The record of intentional walks in a season by Barry Bonds (120 IBB in the 2004 season) will never be broken.
  • joe d hit streak
  • Joe DiMaggio's 56 game consecutive hitting streak will never be broken!
  • Cy Young's 511 wins.
  • No doubt Denton Tru Young
  • The amount of times the yankees won the ws
  • Cy Young's 511 wins.
  • My favorite answer to this will always be: Most consecutive no-hitters thrown: 2, by Johnny Vander Meer (in his rookie season!)
  • Ty Cobb's .3664 Batting Average Career.
  • in my oppinion i say all of them will be eventually broken besides people are coming up with knew techniques and getting better at hitting the ball as well as pitching and fielding. i say with this technology they will all be broken. maybe not bonds' homerun record,though he cheated and took sterroroids so he cheated but i still have my money on them all beaten
  • Barry Bond's 756 homeruns.
  • Chicago Cubs record for more years waiting to win a World Series again. Chicago Cubs for most games wins in a season.
  • Pete Rose's hits record 4256.
  • Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak.
  • pete rose hit streak
  • The time's Yogi Berra got hit in the chin, Or how many times Derek Jeter rubbed one out to Alex Rodriguez.
  • Actually a coouple, 1 - .400 batting average and 2 - 56 gane hittng streak. Also complete games and 300 wins.
  • Cy Young 511 wins
  • Vander Meer's two consecutive no hitters. It will be hard enough to tie, but to break the record, somone will have to pitch three straight.
  • Johnny Vander Meer's consecutive no-hitters He pitcher 2 no hitters in a row. To break this record, you would have to pitch 3 no hitters in a row just a break the record! ITS NEVER HAPPENING!!!
  • Yes..Cy Youngs career win total and Dimaggios hit streak
  • They will all be broken eventually.
  • If you think about it, Johnny Vander Meer's two no-hitters in a row might qualify. In order for it to be broken, one has to pitch 3 in a row, which might be impossible.
  • Jack Chesbro's 41 victories with the 1908 New York Highlanders (now the Yankees).
  • I think that Joe Mauer will hit .400 one year.He's one heck of a hit machine!
  • The Number of World Series The New York Yankmee's have won...or...Ted Williams Longest home run in Fenway Park...

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