The best thing about baseball records are no two fans will completely agree upon which records will be the hardest to break. I went in-depth on just a few but here are a few more that will never be touched.
Ron Hunt gets hit by a pitch 50 times in 1971
Eric Gagne 84 consecutive saves
Hank Aaron 25consecutive all-star games selections
Charles “Old Hoss” Radbourn 59 wins by a pitcher in a single season
Joe Sewell – Least Strikeouts. A .300 hitter over 14 seasons, Joe has struck-out 114 times in 7132 at-bats.
Nolan Ryan walking 2,795 batters
Barry Bonds’ .609 on-base percentage for a single season.
Roger Hornsby’s .424 BA in 1924
Don Larsen’s perfect game in World Series
Orel Hershiser’s record of 59 consecutive scoreless innings
Ichiro’s 262 single season hit record
Mariano Rivera 652 Career Saves
Greg Maddux is the only pitcher in MLB history to win at least 15 games for 17 straight seasons
-LeRoy McConnell III
The All-Time Franchise Player on each National League Baseball Roster
The All-Time Franchise Player on each American League Baseball Roster
Top 10 Eccentric Hairdos in the Majors
The Top 10 Negro League Unsung Ballplayers
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