Right on! Somebody with a good knuckleball (Wilhelm retired at 50) could probably go past 50 with enough Aleve.
PS for the baseball inclined here's a little factoid on Hoyt
On August 6, 1959, Wilhelm nearly pitched a rare "no-hitter in relief." Relieving Billy O'Dell
at the start of the ninth inning, Wilhelm held the White Sox hitless for 8⅔ innings before finally surrendering a hit in the 17th. Only Ernie Shore
ever fashioned a longer spell of no-hit relief.
The state of pitching today - there is no way todays relief pitcher could last that long.