According to Guinness World Records the fastest pitched Baseball was thrown by Nolan Ryan on Aug. 20 1974. 100.9 mph There are many different records that have not been adequately confirmed. Joel Zumaya was clocked at 104 mph during the 2006 playoffs. Pitch speeds, however, are often exaggerated or inflated for the benefit of the fans. The Indians' Bob Feller reportedly threw well over 100 mph, and harder than Ryan, but there are no confirmed records of this. Feller was officially clocked at 98 mph late in his career.
Ron Guidry posted a .893 winning percentage which was the highest in baseball history by a 20 game winner.
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Sam Guthrie For the Missouri Panthers batted .888 with a missori little league record 97 RBI in only 45 games.
Ty Cobb batted .367 for his career. That is the highest career batting average in major league baseball history.
Reggie Jackson holds the record for the most strikeouts in a single career in Major League Baseball, in his career he struck out 2,597 times.
The highest number of goals in one Champions League is 17. The record was by achieved Cristiano Ronaldo in the 2013/14 season.