There are a constant number of records and/or streaks that are broken every year in sports. However, there are some that seem to be near un-achievable. What streaks do you think will be able to stand forever? If you put a record down, try to put why you don't think it will be broken please.
For me, there are two that I don't think will be broken:
1) The record: MLB consecutive hitting games. Set by: Joe DiMaggio in 1941. Length: 56 games. Reason it won't be broken: It will be 71 years this season that DiMaggio set this record. Since then, the closest anybody has gotten was 44 games by Pete Rose in 1978. In the history of baseball, there have only been 55 instances where there was a 30 game hitting streak, 6 that had 40 games and only DiMaggio has gone over 50. The amount of analysis that pitchers and coaches have on hitters also makes this seem more unlikely. Furthermore, hitting is as streaky as anything in sports.
2) The record: Consecutive NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Titles. Set by: UCLA Bruins from 1967-1973. Length: 7 titles. Reason it won't be broken: The sheer amount of teams in Div I basketball (347 of them to be correct), for starters, makes it that much tougher to get to the tournament. Also, once you make it to the tournament, you must play and win 6 more games. This is another spot where streaks happen. The number of upsets each year almost always knocks a favorite out of the tournament