Central Arkansas pushed across seven runs against Grambling State on Tuesday night. That was just in the first inning. The Bears then scored in every inning that they came to the plate en route to a 30-0 victory.
30 to zero. Just check out the box score. The entire scoring summary doesn't even fit on one page.
First baseman Michael Marietta was the star of the night, finishing with three home runs, three doubles, a single, a walk and 11 RBI. According to the team's official website, he set Southland Conference records for RBI and total bases in a single game.
The Bears' run total equals the modern MLB record for most runs in a game, set by the Texas Rangers in 2007 when they beat the Baltimore Orioles 30-3. The Orioles were actually winning until the fourth inning in that one.
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[H/T to Deadspin]