Padres and Rockies Set MLB Runs Record for Four-Game Series San Diego and Colorado
combined for 92 total runs, breaking the previous MLB record of 88,
set by the Dodgers and Phillies in 1929.
The Padres and Rockies
split the series 2-2, with San Diego winning 14-13 after scoring
4 runs in the ninth inning on Sunday.
The final run scored on a bases-loaded walk
to pinch-hitter Matt Strahm.
The Rockies blew a six-run
ninth inning lead on Friday.
The Padres eventually won
16-12 in 12 innings.
Colorado's Charlie Blackmon became
the first player since 1900 to have
15 hits in a four-game series.
Blackmon had 15 hits in 24 at-bats, including
four home runs, 10 RBI and nine runs scored.