Here are 22 considered by one source never to be broken https://www.yardbarker.com/mlb/arti...never_be_broken_in_our_lifetimes/s1__24642637 OK, I say DiMaggio's 56 game hitting streak is not impossible. It would take a lot of luck and breaks but it wouldn't even have to be done by a future all time great. Could even be a rookie who got hot early and got his streak before going through the league and the pitchers had the book on him. Likewise Johnny Vandermeer's back to back no hitters. Two pitchers have come within one inning or one at bat of doing it. Again, it wouldn't have to be a superstar. Would anybody have ever heard of Vandermeer if not fot the record? The record that will never be broken even in a thousand years is Cy Young's 511 career wins. Second least likely is Cal Ripken's consecutive game streak. Even if a player wanted to and never once got sick or injured no manager is going to allow it to happen. Then Nolan Ryan's K record. Ryan almost never missed a start in 27 years and stayed a dominant power pitcher his entire career. And he was in a 4 man rotation where nowdays everybody uses a 5 man rotation. I don't think anybody will ever win 30 games in a season. It hasn't been done since Denny McClain won 32 in 1968. The record is 59 by a pitcher in 1895 but records from that era are sketchy. Some sources credit him with 60 or 62. Walter Johnson's 41 in a season is safe too. I'm saying that Barry Bond's 73 homers will be broken and his record won't last as long as Babe Ruth's 60 or Roger Maris' 61.