Blue Jays: Memorable moments from the 2022 campaign
Blue Jays set Franchise Single Game Record for Runs Scored vs. Red Sox
In their first game back after the All-Star break, the Blue Jays were visiting the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park and turned in an absolute performance in the batter’s box, breaking the franchise single-game record for most runs by putting 28 on the board.
Every starting player had multiple hits on the day while Lourdes Gurriel Jr. led the team with six hits, with Raimel Tapia and Danny Jansen both adding six RBI, highlighted by Tapia’s inside-the-park grand slam. The Blue Jays batters scored 22 runs from the fourth to sixth innings alone, with Gurriel Jr. tying Frank Catalanotto for the most hits in a single game.
The Jays flirted with the MLB single-game record set by the Texas Rangers back in 2007 at 30 runs but fell just a few short. A great win for a team that just got back from the All-Star break.