Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points a game once. Nap Lajoie hit .426 in 1901. Cal Ripken Jr. played in 2,626 Major League Baseball games in a row. These are the kind of sports records that get talked about for generations. However, there are certain sports records that we would never tell our children about, in fear that they might run out of the room screaming like we had just denied them a creamsicle. These records live in the corners of the Internet, only surfacing after lengthy Google quests. Fortunately for you, we've gone on those quests. We love seeing athletes at their best; however, we also get a kick out of seeing them at their worst. Here are seven of the worst sports records ever set.