Updating MLB Records That Can Be Broken Before Season's End

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Updating MLB Records That Can Be Broken Before Season's End
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While they say that records are made to be broken, the number of all-time marks that fall—or that are danger of falling—in a given MLB regular season can usually be counted on one hand.

That's not the case in 2013, as teams, players and the entire sport have taken aim at some of the more well-known—and obscure—records in baseball history.

While Joe DiMaggio's 61-game hitting streak and Rickey Henderson's single-season record of 130 stolen bases are safe, other records aren't so lucky. 

Let's take a look at the all-time marks that could fall before the regular season comes to an end.

 

*Unless otherwise noted, all statistics and records are courtesy of Baseball-Reference or FanGraphs and are current through games of September 19.

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