The Most Grand Slam Titles in history is only part of the legacy. Club Induction Year: 2015 (Inaugural entry) Major Achievements: 17 Grand Slam titles (The Best Ever) 7 Wimbledon titles (tied with Pete Sampras for The Best Ever) and 5 in a row (tied with Bjorn Borg for The Best Ever) Only man to have […]
The Most Accomplished Driver in the history of motorsports Major Accomplishments 200 career wins in NASCAR events. (The Best Ever) 27 wins in a single season. (The Best Ever) 157 second-place finishes. (The Best Ever) 123 pole positions won. (The Best Ever) 287 career wins as team owner. (The Best Ever) Winning streak of 10 consecutive victories. (The Best Ever) […]
Is taking over the record book for passing stats. Is he The Best Ever quarterback?
The NFL’s only Super Bowl winning team with an undefeated record. Club Induction Year: 2015 (Inaugural Class) Accomplishments: Finished the regular season and playoffs with an undefeated 17-0 record. Won Super Bowl VII.
The Best Regular Season (60-8-12=132 points) in NHL History + A Stanley Cup The 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens are considered the best team in modern NHL history. They played 80 games that season and only lost eight of them while outscoring opponents 387-171. Montreal scored more goals than any other team in the league while giving up […]
The First One in. The Best One Ever. Club Induction Year: 2015 (Inaugural Entry) Major Achievements: 10 seasons leading the NBA in scoring average per game (The Best Ever) 11 seasons leading the NBA in total points (The Best Ever) Highest career scoring average – 30.12 (The Best Ever) Most games scoring 30 or more points (career) – 562 (The […]
The 1995-96 NBA Champion Chicago Bulls are the NBA’s only team to win 70+ games during the regular season.
MLB’s Best Regular Season Record with a World Series Championship is The Best Ever team in baseball.
New York Yankees captain for 11 years. 13-time American League All-Star. .321 batting average in 7 World Series. World Series MVP. All-Star Game MVP. 5-time Golden Glove winner. MLB postseason records for games played (158), plate appearances (734), at-bats (650), hits (200), singles (143), doubles (32), triples (5), runs scored (111), total bases (302).
The Great Gretzky has his number retired by every NHL team — the only player with that distinction.