The Milwaukee Brewers put up a dozen runs in the second inning against the Miami Marlins on Friday night. Innings like that do not come around very often, so lets lay out everything you need to know about what transpired.
13 things to know about the Milwaukee Brewers 12 run inning against the Miami Marlins.
May we present to you…
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During the second inning the Milwaukee Brewers:
- Scored 12 runs
- Brought 15 batters up to the plate
- Collected nine hits in the inning including five in a row at one point
- Had three batters draw walks
- There were five extra base hits including three doubles and two home runs
- There was one stolen base (Brice Turang)
- All nine Brewers recorded a hit in the inning
- All nine Brewers scored a run in the inning
- Eight of the nine Brewers recorded a RBI (Willy Adames only batter without a RBI)
Outside of that inning here are important statistics to know about the Milwaukee Brewers offense as of late as well as where that inning ranked in franchise history.
- The Brewers 12 run second inning trails only the Los Angeles Angels for the most runs in an inning this season (Angels had a 13 run third inning against the Colorado Rockies)
- In franchise history a 12 run inning is the second highest all time. The record is 13 that was set in 1990.
- This 12 run inning marked the seventh time in franchise history that the Brewers have scored 10+ runs in an inning. The last time they did this was in 2021 against the Chicago Cubs. The last time they did it on the road was in 2010 against the Washington Nationals in which the highlight of that inning was a Craig Counsell grand slam.
- Milwaukee now has four consecutive games in which they have had innings where they scored four or more runs in a single inning.
The following statistics were provided courtesy of Adam McCalvy and Mike Vassallo.