The 50 Most Unbreakable Records in Sports History

39. Most Consecutive No-Hitters (2)

Date: 6/15/1938
Set By: Johnny Vander Meer

Throwing a no-hitter is, for many, a once-in-a-career experience. After all, only 30 pitchers in MLB history have thrown more than one in their careers. To do it in back-to-back starts, then, is absolutely insane. And sure, maybe someday a pitcher will tie Johnny Vander Meer's record; however, if you think somebody is going to actually toss three no-hitters in a row, you're out of your mind. The likelihood of recording 81 consecutive outs without a little dribbler or blooper sneaking through is essentially zero.

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