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What's the record for most runs in the first inning by one team?..............


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weird what a simple google search will do:

 

The Reds scored 14 runs on 16 hits, all in the first inning, and went on to beat the Houston Astros, 18-2, Thursday at Cincinnati. The 16 hits set a modern major league record for one inning. The previous record was 14, by the Boston Red Sox against the Detroit Tigers on June 18, 1953.Aug 4, 1989

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6 minutes ago, soxfan said:

The Red Sox scored 14 runs in the first inning against the Marlins, June 27, 2003. Ten runs were scored before the first out. Johnny Damon had three hits in the inning--single, double, and triple. Final score: 25-8

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2003/06/28/redsoxarchives/PeElsJ5jZWejqeDSg4vSWJ/story.html

And the Marlins still won the WS that year.

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5 minutes ago, Taylor said:

And the Marlins still won the WS that year.

Thanks--I forgot about that! I guess the game inspired both teams, since the Sox won the WS in 2004. (And the winning pitcher of Game 3 in 2004, Pedro Martinez, was acquired by trading away Carl Pavano to Montreal. Pavano was the losing pitcher in the 2003 game, despite giving up only 6 of the runs, and never recording an out.) 

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