Since the question of levels was brought up again today (http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1141466-32-2.aspx), I thought I would suggest some levels.
If you wanted to continue adding levels along the baseball track, you could start with a Hank Aaron level (Beating Babe or something like that?). 755 Home Runs was the MLB record for 33 years so I think that seems worthy. I guess you could also have a 61 level for Roger Maris or a 73 level for Barry Bonds if you want to do single season HR records. (Maris if you want to stick with classic players, in the same vein as Willie Mays or Babe Ruth) Granted you could also do a 762 level for Barry Bonds career HR record but that may cause some controversy considering the whole steroid thing. 2632 could be a level too for Cal Ripken Jr. with the MLB record for most consecutive games played. Plus that one would give SSC users a nice level change between 2000 and 3000 points. List of American baseball records here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baseball_records%5B/url%5D
As other's have noted before, you could add levels for the best sports records from other sports as well and make it world records not just MLB records. Might give some users a nice distraction now and again, researching their level if they don't get the reference. It's all in good fun and just like on the show, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?", the points don't matter.