The record books of Major League Baseball are filled with incredible records that are all but untouchable.
One of those feats came in 1941, when Joe DiMaggio put together a 56-game hitting streak.
From May 15 to July 16, DiMaggio had one of the most incredible runs of all time, hitting safely in every game for two straight months.
Many other once-in-a-lifetime athletes have left their imprint on baseball history and have set marks that are nearly impossible to match.
This list ranks the 25 most unbreakable records in MLB history.
Note: Rankings only include players and teams from the modern era (defined as post-1900.) Statistics come from MLB.com and Baseball Almanac.