I guess I’m looking for unusual or even obscure MLB records, and not how many home runs Hank hit in his career, or how many wins Tommy Seaver had, or how many games Yogi Berra played. 1. Most runs scored in a single inning: The Chicago White Stockings (now the Chicago Cubs) scored 18 runs against the Detroit Wolverines on September 6, 1883. The modern record (generally described as after 1900) is 17 by the Boston Red Sox vs. the Detroit Tigers on June 18, 1953. 2. The most foul balls and most pitches in one at bat: Brandon Belt of the San Francisco Giants fouled off eleven consecutive pitches (16 fouls all together) off of Jaime Barria of the Los Angeles Angels of a 21 pitch at bat, which lasted about 13 minutes. Belt finally flew out to right field in April of 2018. What ya got?