Gretzky has a passel of them (51 goals in 39 games, 51-game point-scoring streak, three consecutive 200-point seasons, 2,857 career points....you get the idea). Joe DiMaggio had his 56-game hitting streak. Cy Young won 511 career games. Ty Cobb hit .367 over the course of his 24-year major league career. Cal Ripken, Jr. played in 2,632 straight games. Secretariat won the Belmont Stakes by 31 lengths. Wilt Chamberlain averaged 50.4 points per game in 1962 as a member of the Philadelphia Warriors. The Boston Celtics won eight straight NBA titles from 1959-66. Eric Heiden won every men's speedskating event at the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid.
It gets the mind to wandering, as it is wont to do when one does what one does. In my case, the question becomes what are our unbreakable records? Are there any? Given that our sports date back the 1920's, one would think so.
So, after some reflection, let's peel back the onion to see what comes up. For your review, here's a list. Certainly not an end-all, be-all compendum as certainly there are others. Feel free to discuss amongst yourselves.
It's great to be a Maverick!