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A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Ty Cobb’s Consecutive .300 Seasons.

An article by posted on January 2, 2012 0 Comments
A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Ty Cobb’s Consecutive .300 Seasons.

It’s pretty safe to assume that Ty Cobb was one of the best hitters to ever play Major League Baseball. If you’re not convinced, you can take a look at the statistics that he put up during his 24-season professional career: .367 average (1st all time), 2246 runs scored (2nd all time), 4191 hits (2nd […]

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A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Johnny Vander Meer’s Consecutive No-Hitters.

An article by posted on November 25, 2011 0 Comments
A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Johnny Vander Meer’s Consecutive No-Hitters.

After a pitcher holds opposing teams hitless for nine innings, what is the biggest storyline that the media plays up in that pitcher’s next start? They ask that question that everyone thinks: can he do it again? Well, no one has done it since Johnny Vander Meer did so in June 1938 for the Cincinnati […]

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A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Rickey Henderson’s 1,406 Career Stolen Bases.

An article by posted on November 14, 2011 0 Comments
A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Rickey Henderson’s 1,406 Career Stolen Bases.

Rickey Henderson said it the only way Rickey would on the day he stole his 939th base, passing Lou Brock for first on the All-time list: “Today, I’m the greatest of all time.” Mind you, Lou Brock was standing right next to Henderson when he proclaimed that over the PA system, but that’s besides the […]

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A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Nolan Ryan’s 7 No-Hitters

An article by posted on November 8, 2011 0 Comments
A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Nolan Ryan’s 7 No-Hitters

Nolan Ryan impressed Major League Baseball fans in more ways than one. Was it because he was throwing a mid- 90s fastball while he was 46 years old? Yeah. Was it because of his 324 wins, 3.19 career ERA, and MLB record 5,714 strikeouts? Hell yeah. The most impressive part of Nolan Ryan’s MLB career […]

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A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Cal Ripken’s 2,632 Consecutive Games Played.

An article by posted on November 1, 2011 0 Comments
A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Cal Ripken’s 2,632 Consecutive Games Played.

One of the things that analysts and fans evaluate in a professional athlete is their physical and mental toughness. This is also important to an athlete because their reputation for being on the field on a regular basis also contributes to their legacy. Teams are still interested in Javier Vasquez every time he hits the […]

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A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Barry Bonds’ Seven MVP Awards.

An article by posted on October 25, 2011 0 Comments
A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Barry Bonds’ Seven MVP Awards.

Being labeled as being the most valuable in any aspect of life is a pretty special occurrence. It’s not every day that you or I get an honor like that, and the same goes for professional sports. There have been plenty of players in Major League Baseball that have extraordinary careers and get elected to […]

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