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  • 10-run inning and a loss

    How many times has a team scored 10+ runs in an inning and still lose the game?
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  • #2
    I don't know how many times it has happened, but I do know it happened at least once. On June 8, 1989 the Pirates scored 10 in the top of the 1st and lost 15-11 to the Phillies.

    http://retrosheet.org/boxesetc/B06080PHI1989.htm
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    • #3
      It almost happened last year in a game between Texas and Detroit. Detroit took a 6-4 lead into the 5th inning and then scored 8 runs in the top of the 5th to go ahead 14-4. Texas then scored 10 runs in the bottom of the 5th to tie it and eventually won the game 16-15.

      18 runs in a single inning by both teams has to be up there for some kind of record. What is the most a team has led by in a game and still managed to lose?
      Last edited by flash143817; 08-30-2005, 06:01 AM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by flash143817
        It almost happened last year in a game between Texas and Detroit. Detroit took a 6-4 lead into the 5th inning and then scored 8 runs in the top of the 5th to go ahead 14-4. Texas then scored 10 runs in the bottom of the 5th to tie it and eventually won the game 16-15.

        18 runs in a single inning by both teams has to be up there for some kind of record. What is the most a team has led by in a game and still managed to lose?
        I remember the Mariners having a 12-run lead on the Tribe back in 2001 and the Indians scored 3 in the 7th, 4 in the 8th, and 5 in the 9th, with 3 of the runs coming on Omar Vizquel's bases-loaded triple. Cleveland eventually won in the 11th on Jolbert Cabrera's RBI single. Don't know if it's the record, though.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by mojorisin71
          I remember the Mariners having a 12-run lead on the Tribe back in 2001 and the Indians scored 3 in the 7th, 4 in the 8th, and 5 in the 9th, with 3 of the runs coming on Omar Vizquel's bases-loaded triple. Cleveland eventually won in the 11th on Jolbert Cabrera's RBI single. Don't know if it's the record, though.
          I actually watched that game, start to finish. It tied the major league record for biggest comeback ever.

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          • #6
            It happened today when the Indians came back from a 10-1 deficit against the Royals to score 4 runs in the 9th and eventually win in extras.
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            • #7
              I think it happened earlier in the year during an Orioles and Devil Rays game.

              The O's were trailing by a substantial amount, but managed to have a ten run inning. They still lost.
              :crossfingers:

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Wasp
                I think it happened earlier in the year during an Orioles and Devil Rays game.

                The O's were trailing by a substantial amount, but managed to have a ten run inning. They still lost.
                Perhaps you're thinking of the game on 7/22/2006.

                Code:
                       1 2 3 4  5 6 7 8 9   R  H  E     
                BAL    3 0 0 0  0 0 9 0 0   12 22 0   
                TAM    0 0 0 0 10 3 0 0 X   13 17 0

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by wrgptfan
                  I don't know how many times it has happened, but I do know it happened at least once. On June 8, 1989 the Pirates scored 10 in the top of the 1st and lost 15-11 to the Phillies.

                  http://retrosheet.org/boxesetc/B06080PHI1989.htm
                  According to the Elias Sports Bureau,this is the only other time in MLB history that this has happened.

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