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Sam Bennett

Sam Bennett

29 Jun 2023 Updated.


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Los Angeles Angels Make Franchise History with Record-Breaking 25-1 Victory over Rockies

In an extraordinary display of offensive power, the Los Angeles Angels achieved a historic victory against the Colorado Rockies with a resounding scoreline of 25-1.

The game witnessed the Angels setting franchise records for the most runs and hits, leaving a lasting mark in their history books.

Playing at the hitter-friendly Coors Field, the Angels capitalized on the favorable conditions and unleashed an onslaught on the Rockies’ pitchers.

The team’s batters amassed a remarkable 28 hits in 52 at-bats, setting a new franchise record. Every single starting player recorded at least one hit, with the team also drawing six walks while striking out only three times.

The game took a dramatic turn in the third inning when the Los Angeles Angels scored an astonishing 13 runs, tying the franchise record for the most runs scored in a single inning.

Leading 2-0 at the start of the inning, the Angels unleashed three consecutive home runs off Rockies starter Chase Anderson.

Mike Trout, Brandon Drury, and Matt Thaiss all went deep on consecutive pitches, leaving the Rockies stunned. Interestingly, Anderson was also the last pitcher to yield three consecutive home runs in a game in 2020 against the Yankees.

The Los Angeles Angels Offensive Explosion Continues

Los Angeles Angels

As the third inning progressed, the Los Angeles Angels continued to pile on the runs, leaving the Rockies helpless. By the time the inning ended, the Angels held an astounding 15-0 lead.

The scoring spree continued in the fourth inning as the Angels added eight more runs, pushing their lead to a commanding 23-0 after just four innings.

While the Los Angeles Angels scored only two additional runs in the game, their total of 25 runs set a new franchise record, surpassing their previous record of 24 runs scored in a 1979 game against the Toronto Blue Jays.

The team’s 28 hits also set a new franchise record, surpassing their previous high of 26 hits achieved in a 1980 game against the Boston Red Sox and the aforementioned 1979 game against Toronto.

The 24-run margin of victory also established a new team record, marking one of the largest winning margins in Major League Baseball history.

Hunter Renfroe and Mickey Moniak both achieved a perfect 5-for-5 at the plate, while David Fletcher stood out with five runs batted in (RBI).

However, despite the team’s extraordinary performance, superstar Shohei Ohtani had a tough night, going 1-for-7 with two strikeouts.

The Los Angeles Angels record-breaking 25-1 victory against the Colorado Rockies will be remembered as one of their most dominant performances in franchise history.

The team’s remarkable offensive display, highlighted by numerous hits and runs, secured their place in the record books.

As the season progresses, the Angels aim to build on this historic win and continue their pursuit of success in Major League Baseball.

Los Angeles Angels Make Franchise History with Record-Breaking 25-1 Victory over Rockies