Cubs - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 4 1 Cardinals - 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 x - 12 16 0St. Louis sent 17 hitters to the plate, and tied a franchise record for runs in an inning. Back on September 16, 1926, the Cardinals scored 12 times in the bottom of the third inning against the Phillies.
Elias Sports Bureau reports that St. Louis tied a record for a shutout in which a team scored all its runs in one inning*. Cleveland scored 12 runs in the fourth inning of a 12-0 win over the New York Yankees on July 2, 1943. ... The Cardinals are the first team in major league history to score 12 runs in an inning to break a scoreless tie in the seventh inning or later.
The Cardinals tied a major league record for doubles in an inning with seven. The Boston Bees also had seven, against the Cardinals, in the first game of an August 25, 1936 doubleheader, at St. Louis' Sportsman Park. The Bees won that game 20-3.
* But what is the record for most runs by a team in any game in which it scores in only one inning?
Justin Germano pitching.
David Freese reached on an infield single to third.
James Russell relieved Germano.
Jon Jay popped bunt out to third.
Allen Craig hit for Jake Westbrook.
Craig doubled to left, Freese to third.
Rafael Furcal singled to left, Freese scored, Craig to third.
Skip Schumaker tripled to deep center, Craig and Furcal scored.
Matt Holliday walked.
Carlos Beltran ground-rule doubled to right, Schumaker scored, Holliday to third.
Yadier Molina intentionally walked.
Lance Berkman popped out to second.
Manny Corpas relieved Russell.
Freese doubled to right, Holliday and Beltran scored, Molina to third.
Jay doubled to left, Molina and Freese scored.
Craig doubled to right, Jay scored.
Rafael Dolis relieved Corpas; Joe Mather at third.
Schumaker doubled to left, Craig scored, Furcal to third.
Holliday doubled to right, Furcal and Schumaker scored.
Beltran struck out, reached on wild pitch, Holliday to third.
Tyler Greene ran for Beltran.
Tony Cruz hit for Molina.
Cruz struck out swinging.