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Bonds broke Hank Aaron's record of 755 career home runs back in 2007 when he hit his 756th career bomb. Bonds ended up finishing with 762 career homers, although his record is considered tainted thanks to his connection to performance-enhancing drugs.
Gretzky passed Gordie Howe for first all-time in career goals scored when he netted his 802nd career goal. Gretzky finished his career with 894 goals.
The Yankees have won 27 World series titles. The team's last World Series title came back in 2009.
The Cardinals have 11 World Series titles in their history, a full 16 behind the Yankees. Regardless, the Cardinals are seen as a model franchise, year in and year out.
Abdul-Jabbar finished with 38,387 career points, which is over 1,400 points more than the next best total, belonging to Karl Malone. His name was originally Lew Alcindor before making a name change.
Chamberlain's 100 points in a single game is unmatched in NBA history. In total, Chamberlain scored an astounding 70 points or more in a game six times. Kobe Bryant has the second-most points scored in a single game, with 81.
The Steelers have totaled six Super Bowl wins during the franchise's illustrious history. The Cowboys, Patriots and 49ers all have five.
Gretzky's 92 goals with the Edmonton Oilers during the 1981-82 season will be almost impossible to surpass in this day and age. In all, Gretzky scored 71 goals or more in four seasons, including 87 during the 1983-84 season.
Manning threw for 71,940 yards throughout his career. Favre was the record holder, before Manning passed him.
Smith spent the majority of his career with the Dallas Cowboys and notched 1,000 yards or more on the ground in 11 straight seasons. He moved on to play for the Cardinals in his final two seasons.
Rice gained 23,546 all-purpose yards during his Hall of Fame career. Little-known Brian Mitchell gained 23,330 yards during his career, putting him in second place all-time.
The Canadiens have won 24 Stanley Cups in team history. The next closes team is the Maple Leafs, with 13.
On top of the franchise's four-straight Stanley Cups, the Islanders also won a record 19 consecutive playoff series.
The Red Sox overcame the 3-0 deficit in the 2004 American League Championship Series against the Yankees. The Red Sox went on to win the World Series that year, the franchise's first since 1918.
Williams hit .406 in 1941 and is the last player to accomplish such a feat. Williams is one of 35 players to hit .400 or better in a season, but the other 34 player all did it before Williams.
Of the 23 perfect games in MLB history, as of 2017, only Larsen's occurred in the World Series. Larsen accomplished the incredible feat in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series against the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The Celtics have totaled 17 NBA Finals victories, just one more than the Lakers. The Celtics last won the NBA Finals in 2008, beating the Lakers in six games.
After drafting Clyde Drexler in the 1983 NBA Draft, the Blazers didn't feel the need to draft another shooting guard like Jordan. The move turned out to be one of the worst NBA Draft blunders in league history as Jordan is considered the greatest player of all time in many circles.
Milicic is considered one of the biggest draft busts in NBA history. He would spend just over two seasons with the Pistons before being traded.
Judge surpassed McGwire's original record of 49 home runs by a rookie after blasting 52 during the 2017 season.
Russell won an astounding 11 championships in 13 seasons with the Celtics. Boston's dominance from 1957 to 1969 is unlike anything we've ever seen in league history.
The 1988 NBA Slam Dunk Contest was a legendary battle between Jordan and Wilkins, with Jordan coming out on top. It is often considered the greatest dunk contest in league history.
Selanne's 76 goals scored in his rookie season set the all-time mark. It's a record that many NHL experts believe will never be broken.
Despite being courted by several college programs, James never went to college and instead made a successful jump from high school to the NBA.
On June 17, 1994, NBA fans simultaneously watched the O.J. Simpson car chase and Game 5 of the 1994 NBA Finals between the Houston Rockets and New York Knicks. Former Rockets guard Kenny Smith even admitted he and his teammates were talking about the car chase during the important game.
Frank Wycheck's lateral pass to Kevin Dyson led to a 75-yard kickoff return for touchdown against the Bills that won the Titans the AFC Divisional game on the final play of the contest.
Thanks to his playing the single shift in 1997-98, Howe's career officially spanned across six decades, which is a feat that will never be matched.
Bowman won Stanley Cups with the Canadiens (5), the Penguins (1), and the Red Wings (3). He is the only head coach in NHL history to win with three different teams.
Dickerson's 1,808 rushing yards in 1983 is the all-time NFL record amongst rookie running backs. The 1983 season was also the first in which two first-year running backs led each conference in rushing yards.
The Raiders are expected to make the move to Las Vegas by 2019 at the earliest, and 2020 at the latest.
There was plenty of hype surrounding Leaf when he came out of college, but he proved to be a major bust. After going to prison for drug and burglary charges in 2013, Leaf has turned his life around and travels the country telling others of his story.
Buckner's error made him the most hated man in Boston for several years. Thankfully, after the Red Sox won the 2004 World Series, Buckner was forgiven by fans.
After the team's incredible run during the '50s, the Canadiens went on to win 10 more Stanley Cups from 1965 to 1979, including four straight from 1976 to 1979.
While Tyree's catch gets the vast majority of the attention in the legendary play, it would not have happened if Eli Manning did not fight his way out of what looked like a sure sack at the hands of the Patriots' defense.
Jackson won 11 NBA titles during his career, including six with the Bulls and five with the Lakers. Former Celtics coach Red Auerbach comes in second with nine.