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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070723/ap_on_sp_ba_ga_su/bba_devil_rays_yankees_20

Out of curiosity, do any of you Baseball nut know if this was the worst defeat in game history? It certainly looks like it.

At which point should a team just give up. If I had been the coach, I'd have thrown in the towel and immediately told the team to hit the locker room for an ass chewing.
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There have been lots of bigger thrashings in baseball history. Off the top of my head, the Brewers whipped the Blue Jays 22-2 back in 1992 (ironically, the Jays' first Series year).



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I seem to recall the Indians beating the Yankees by a couple of touchdowns (24-3?) back in 2004.

I happened to be at Fenway watching the Sox/Angels and there was a very loud cheer each time that score came up on the board.
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http://www.baseball-almanac.com/teamstats/schedule.php?y=1950&t=BOS

It appears that the most runs by one team and largest margin of victory occurred when the Boston Red Sox defeated the old St. Louis Browns 29-4 on June 8, 1950. A day earlier, the Red Sox topped the Browns 20-4. In their first seven games in June 1950, the Red Sox went 6-1 and outscored their opponents 104-37 in those games.
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Off the top of my head comes the game in 1985 where the Mets got bombed by the Reds 27-6. Pete Rose definitely picked the wrong day to take the under.

Actually the mother of all one-sidedness took place in 1975 when the Pirates beat the Cubs 22-0. I guess the wind was only blowing out in the top of each inning. That game also holds the distiction of sporttng the first player (Rennie Stennett) in MLB history to record 7 hits in a 9-inning game.



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    Originally posted by JoshMann
    Off the top of my head comes the game in 1985 where the Mets got bombed by the Reds 27-6.


If you're talking about this game (baseball-almanac.com), it was the Phillies doing the bombing...one of my favorite games of all time. Von Hayes homered twice...in the first inning.
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    Originally posted by dwaters
    I seem to recall the Indians beating the Yankees by a couple of touchdowns (24-3?) back in 2004.

    I happened to be at Fenway watching the Sox/Angels and there was a very loud cheer each time that score came up on the board.


August 31, 2004: Cleveland 22, New York 0

Box Score



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    Originally posted by JayJayDean
      Originally posted by dwaters
      I seem to recall the Indians beating the Yankees by a couple of touchdowns (24-3?) back in 2004.

      I happened to be at Fenway watching the Sox/Angels and there was a very loud cheer each time that score came up on the board.


    August 31, 2004: Cleveland 22, New York 0

    Box Score

Thanks for the link, that game made me a happy panda.




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You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.

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    Originally posted by JayJayDean
      Originally posted by dwaters
      I seem to recall the Indians beating the Yankees by a couple of touchdowns (24-3?) back in 2004.

      I happened to be at Fenway watching the Sox/Angels and there was a very loud cheer each time that score came up on the board.


    August 31, 2004: Cleveland 22, New York 0

    Box Score


Gee, what a total shocker, Tanyon Sturtze was involved. Didn't the Yankees return the favor last season? That is, if Alex Rodriguez is to be believed.



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    Originally posted by drjayphd
      Originally posted by JayJayDean
        Originally posted by dwaters
        I seem to recall the Indians beating the Yankees by a couple of touchdowns (24-3?) back in 2004.

        I happened to be at Fenway watching the Sox/Angels and there was a very loud cheer each time that score came up on the board.


      August 31, 2004: Cleveland 22, New York 0

      Box Score


    Gee, what a total shocker, Tanyon Sturtze was involved. Didn't the Yankees return the favor last season? That is, if Alex Rodriguez is to be believed.
We should trust ARod about as much as his wife does.

http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/recap?gameId=260704105

The added benefit that it was George's birthday.




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I remember the Yankees getting beat by The Texas Rangers 25-3, back in 88 or 89. I was at the game, and I thought it was so cool that Rick Cerone came in to pitch an inning.



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