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Who has the record for the most career innings in Major League Baseball?


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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.

The MLB record for innings played was 26 by Brooklyn and Boston in 1920. The minor league record is 33 innings between the Rochester Red Wings and the Pawtucket Red Socks in 1981.

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 Major League Baseball team with the most consecutive scoreless innings is 56 by the Pittsburgh Pirates. They have held that record since 1903.

The Red Sox record is 45 shutout innings by Cy Young of the 1904 team. During this streak he pitched 25 1/3 hitless innings, still a major league record. The American League record for shutout innings is 56 by Walter Johnson of the 1913 Washington Senators.

In 1910 The Portland Beavers won their second Pacific Coast League title, achieving a remarkable record in the process; the Beavers pitchers threw a baseball record 88 consecutive shutout innings.

Pete Rose, hit 4,255 hits in his career

That is Ty Cobb who hit .366 (.3664) during a 24 year career from 1905-1928.

Yes. Its been done 7 times, all in the National League (most recently 5/5/99 Rockies vs Cubs). The American League record is eight straight innings.

Nolan Ryan, with 5,714 strikeouts, holds the career record.

The longest game, innings wise, in MLB history was in 1920 between the Brooklyn Robins and the Boston Braves. It lasted 26 innings and ended in a 1-1 tie.

The major league record was 26 innings. The game was ended in a 1-1 tie on account of darkness.

Career and Single Season RBI LeadersHank Wilson of the Chicago Cubs holds the major League record for RBIs in a single season with 191 hit in 1930. New York Yankees, Lou Gehrig holds the American League record for RBIs in a single season with 184 in 1931. Hank Aaron holds the Major League record for career RBIs with 2,297 and the National League record with 2,202. Babe Ruth is second in career RBIs with 2,218, and hold the American League career RBI record with 2,201.

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.

Bill Fischer of the 1962 Kansas City Athletics holds the MLB and American League record for most consecutive innings pitched with allowing a walk with 84 1/3.Greg Maddux holds the National League record at 72 1/3 consecutive innings pitched without allowing a walk.

Nolan Ryan holds the career record with 5,714 strikeouts.

For Major League Baseball, it's Rickey Henderson - 2,295

Nolan Ryan, he is the major league record holder for no hitters during a career.

Joe Oeschger (Boston Red Sox) and Leon Cadore (Brooklyn Dodgers) both pitched 26 innings against each other on May 1st, 1920..

As of the start of the 2008 season, the MLB record for being struckout is held by Reggie Jackson with 2,597.

Barry Bonds. But IMO, he used steroids and his record should not count.

The all time MLB record is 680 innings by Will White of the 1879 Cincinnati Reds. White pitched 75 complete games that season and had a record of 43-31 with a 1.99 ERA.

Cal Ripken Jr. played 8243 consecutive innings between June 5, 1982 and September 14, 1987. That is believed to be the record but is unofficial since MLB does not recognize consecutive innings played as a statistic.

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