June 25, 2024

12 MLB teams hit double digits for first time since 1894


NEW YORK — Major League Baseball had an offensive night of its own in 129 years, with 12 teams hitting double-digit runs.

For the first time, three games on the same day ended 11:10.

According to research by the Elias Sports Bureau, on May 30, 1884, twelve teams with double-digit runs in one day ranked second most and on July 4, 1894 they were only 13th.

The Chicago Cubs topped Tuesday night’s standings by beating the Washington Nationals 17-3 And Arizona survived Atlanta 16-13.

san francisco hit cincinnatiThe New York Mets defeated the Chicago White Sox And Kansas City edgy Detroit, all at 11-10 a.m. Elias said there had never been three scores on the same day.

Four games in which both teams hit double-digit runs equaled records set on July 4, 1894 and July 9, 1898, MLB said.

In more everyday 10-3 routes, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeat Baltimore Orioles And Minnesota defeated Seattle.

Cleveland crowned Pittsburgh 10-1.

San Diego narrowly missed, leaving a runner in the ninth inning of a in second place 9-1 win at Toronto.

Every team in AL Central scored 10 or more runs on Tuesday. This is only the second day in the divisional era (since 1969) that every team in a division has hit double-digit runs on the same day. The other incident was September 15, 2000 when the AL West did this.

15 games took place on Tuesday – the conclusion of the suspended Giants-Reds game counts as Monday in the records.

On May 30, 1884, 24 games were held, in one year there were three major leagues: the National League, the American Association and the Union Association. Ned Williamson of the Chicago White Sox had the first three-homer game in Big League history.

While there was only the twelve-team NL on July 4, 1984, each team played a doubles game on July 4th.

ESPN Stats & Information and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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