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Johnny Vander Meer's record of consecutive no-hitters in might be the more popular record, but Ryan's is the more impressive. There are an average of three no-hitters every year in baseball five so far in , but it's not often that you see many pitchers repeat the feat. For perspective there have been 26 pitchers in the history of baseball, not including Ryan, who have ever thrown multiple no-hitters the most recent being Mark Buerhle in Here is the list of pitchers who have done it at least three times: Larry Corcoran , , , Cy Young , , , Bob Feller , , , and Sandy Koufax , , , In Ryan became the oldest pitcher to ever throw a no-hitter.
He was 44 years old. Try beating that one, Jamie Moyer. With hitters having access to advancing scouting reports, it's borderline impossible to see this feat ever equaled.
Unlike Bonds' career home run record, which will likely be broken first by Alex Rodriguez and then by Albert Pujols, his single season record is just about untouchable. Regardless of whether you think the record is legitimate, its place in the record books is undeniable.
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With 73 home runs in in , Bonds overcame Mark McGwire's record of 70 in Nobody outside of the steroid era has ever approached that number. Ryan Howard 58 home runs in is the closest. It's not inconceivable for Howard to get to 61, but 73? Not a chance. Barry Bonds may forever live in infamy, but his record will not go away. Everyone knows this record belongs to Henderson, the best baserunner in baseball history.
What's incredible is just by how much Henderson is in first on the all-time list. Only two modern players figure to have an outside shot at catching Brock Juan Pierre— career steals, Carl Crawford— career steals. Henderson averaged 74 steals over a 25 season career. He stole over three times, including a career high in while with the Oakland Athletics.
Nobody's topped steals in a season since Vince Coleman in So safe to say that nobody's ever going to catch Ricky. Nobody ever could anyway.
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No, that's not Hugh Duffy. That's Ichiro Suzuki, the only player in baseball who can threaten Duffy's batting record that has stood since But Ichiro's career high is only. That's still almost 70 points behind Duffy, the 5' 7" outfielder from Cranston, RI who shattered his previous high of. He also drove in runs that year and scored Oh yea, he also won the Triple Crown. Baseball analysts love to argue about who will be the next player to hit.
But nobody talks about Duffy, a career.
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Ichiro owns the single season record for hits in a single season with in It took him at-bats to get there though. That's almost more outs recorded than Duffy had during his historic seasons. OK, so pictures of Matt Kilroy are hard to come by. He's not a Hall-of-Famer, nor was he one of the best pitchers of his era. But he did accomplish something so astounding that his name will never be forgotten. As a year old rookie for the Baltimore Orioles in Kilroy struck out batters in innings.
He made 68 starts for the last place Orioles and, despite walking batters that year, still earned a respectable 3. His sophomore campaign featured a severe drop off.
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Kilroy threw Apparently, the Orioles pitching staff never figured out that Kilroy's arm couldn't handle that kind of abuse. He was out of the league by The only modern players to challenge this record have been Nolan Ryan strikeouts in and Randy Johnson strikeouts in For the sake of the argument let's see what it would take for strikeout king Stephen Stasburg pictured above to get to For Strasburg to get to at that ratio he would have to pitch innings.
Can't see the Nationals trotting out their franchise pitcher for that much punishment. What's more impressive than striking out batters in a single season? How about striking out over 10 times that number over the course of a remarkable career? Ryan is undoubtedly the greatest strikeout pitcher of all time.