Most Sports Records Are Meant to Be Broken, But Not These Ones
You should probably never say “never” in sports, but there are some cases where the term’s use seems more than reasonable—and in some cases, it’s even necessary. That certainly applies to some of the records that have been set in various sports. After all, you can’t possibly believe some hockey player will someday come along and score 92 goals and 215 points in a single NHL season, or 894 goals and 2,857 points in their entire NHL career—especially with the way the game is played and the caliber of goalies nowadays.
Surprisingly, the aforementioned NHL records, which all belong to “The Great One” Wayne Gretzky, didn’t even make The Drop’s recently released list of “Sports Records That Will Never Be Broken.” So which records did the people at Champs feel would never be broken? Were Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hit streak, Rocky Marciano’s 49-0 undefeated record, Cal Ripken’s iron man streak, or Rickey Henderson’s 1,406 career stolen bases impressive enough to make their list?
You can find out the answers to all of these questions by checking out The Drop’s list of “Sports Records That Will Never Be Broken” here.