Most Unbreakable Sports Record

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Most Unbreakable Sports Record

  1. Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hit streak

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  2. Michael Schumacher's 7 championships

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  3. Ty Cobb's .366 career batting average

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  4. Nolan Ryan's 7 no-hitters

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  5. Wayne Gretzky's 215-point season

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  6. Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point night

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  7. John Wooden's 88 straight wins

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  8. Cy Young's 511 wins

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  9. Jerry Rice's 22,895 receiving yards

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  10. Cal Ripken's 2,632 consecutive games

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  1. Stoner
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    I saw this in an article once and have to say, really got me to thinking. Now I know all of these records are elite in the impressive category and none are likely to fall (at least not any time soon) but if you had to pick one to be the last record standing which would it be?

    It took me a long time to ponder this but if I had a gun to my head and was forced to pick I'd have to go with Cy Young's 511 wins. In today's game a pitcher would have to win 20 games for over 25 years in a row.
     
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