Gordie Howe holds the record for most career games played.
The Major League Baseball player who holds the career record for the most games played is Pete Rose who has played in 3,562 games, the player who has grounded into the double plays in their career is Cal Ripken, Jr. who has grounded into 350 double plays and the player who holds the career record with having the most assists is Elvis Andrus who has recorded 516 in his career.
Derek Jeter holds the record for most career games played in the postseason with 138.
Babe Ruth with 72
271 by Wilt Chamberlain
Carl Yastrzemski holds the record for most career games played with the Boston Red Sox with 3,308.
A very talented famous baseball player who played his entire career with the Baltimore Orioles, broke Lou Gehrig's record for consecutive games played, and was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame.
Pete Rose holds the record for most career multi-hit games doing it 1,225 times in his career.
Pete Rose, who played in 3,562 games in his career.
I can't say as that I know that answer but since Pete Rose holds the MLB career record for games played with 3,562 my guess would be Pete Rose.
Nolan Ryan had a record seven no-hit games during his Hall of Fame career.
Chuck Klein reached 1,000 hits the fastest in 683 games. He achieved this record in 1933. Klein had over 200 hits in five out of his six seasons to begin his career.
RHP Edward "Big Ed" Augustine Walsh, who debuted in Major League Baseball MLB) for the American League (AL) Chicago White Sox on May 7, 1904, pitched 14 seasons in MLB -- all but one with the Chicago White Sox -- with a career Win-Loss record of 195-126 in 2964 innings pitched in 430 games (315 games started and 250 complete games). Walsh hold the MLB record for the lowest career ERA, posting a career ERA of 1.82.
Tom Brady is 52-11 in home games for his career.
In the NBA the record for most career point is by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with 38387 points in 1560 games during 1969-1989.
Cal Ripken Jr. is a Baseball player that set a record for playing in 2632 consecutive games.
His record for most consecutive games may never be broken...the active player with the most consecutive games as of the end of the 2014 season hasn't broken 400 yet, and Cal Ripken Jr.'s record is 2,632.
Derek Jeter has the most career postseason games played with 138.
Alex Bragan, the storied pitcher, pitched a record 14 perfect games in his career.
Jim Brown has the record of 6 4 touch down games