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Single Game Records

Club Records -- Batting Opponent Date
Most Runs -- 36+ Louisville 6/29/1897
Most Runs (since 1900) -- 26 Philadelphia
Colorado
8/25/1922
8/18/1995
Most Hits -- 32 Buffalo
Louisville
7/3/1883
6/29/1897
Most Hits (since 1900) -- 28 Boston Braves 7/3/1945
Most Doubles -- 14 Buffalo 7/3/1883
Most Doubles (since 1900) -- 10 St. Louis 7/12/1931
Most Triples -- 9 St. Louis 5/3/1896
Most Home Runs -- 7 New York
San Diego
San Diego
6/11/1967
8/19/1970
5/17/1977
Most Grand Slams -- 2++ Pittsburgh
Houston
8/16/1890
6/3/1987
Most Extra-base Hits -- 16 Buffalo 7/3/1883
Most Players Used -- 27* Pittsburgh
Houston
9/21/1978
9/2/1986
Biggest Win Since 1900 -- 22 runs Boston Braves (24-2) 7/3/1945
Biggest Loss Since 1900 -- 22 runs Pittsburgh (22-0) 9/21/1978
Largest Shutout Win Since 1900 -- 19-0 New York Giants
San Diego
6/7/1906
5/13/1969
Most Runs, Doubleheader Shutout -- 12 St. Louis 7/11/1965
Most Runs, Both Clubs -- 49 Philadelphia (26-23) 8/25/1922
Most Home Runs, Both Clubs -- 11** New York (7-4)
Cincinnati (6-5)
Philadelphia (6-5)
6/11/1967
7/28/1977
5/17/1979
Most Walks Drawn -- 17 New York Giants 5/30/1887
Most Strikeouts -- 20 New York 8/1/1999
Individual Records -- Batting Player(s) Date
Most Runs -- 6++ Cap Anson
Jimmy Ryan
8/24/1886
7/25/1894
Most Runs (Since 1900) -- 5 (13 times) Jody Davis 6/3/1987
Most Hits -- 6 (10 times) Sammy Sosa 7/2/1993
Most Hits, Opening Day -- 5 Billy Herman 4/14/1936
Most Hits, First Major League Game -- 3 Doug Dascenzo 9/2/1988
Most Hits, Consecutive At-Bats -- 9 Sammy Sosa 6/30-7/2/1993
Most Doubles -- 4++ (4 times) Most recent: Matt Murton 8/3/2006
Most Triples -- 3 (7 times) Shawon Dunston 7/28/1990
Most Home Runs -- 3 (36 times) Most recent: Aramis Ramirez 9/16/2004
Most Home Runs, Opening Day -- 3 Tuffy Rhodes 4/14/1994
Most Extra-base Hits -- 5++ George Gore 7/9/1885
Most Extra-base Hits (Since 1900) -- 4 (18 times) Matt Murton 8/3/2006
Most Total Bases -- 14 (3 times) George Mitterwald 4/17/1974
Most Runs Batted In -- 9 Heinie Zimmerman
Sammy Sosa
6/11/1911
8/10/2002
Most Bases on Balls -- 6++ Walt Wilmot 8/22/1891
Most Bases on Balls (Since 1900) -- 5 Elrod Hendricks
Andre Dawson
Eric Young
9/16/1972
5/22/1990
6/30/2000
Most Times Reaching Base -- 7 Cliff Heathcote
Eric Young
8/25/1922
6/30/2000
Most Strikeouts -- 6 Don Hoak 5/2/1956
Most Sacrifice Flies -- 3++ Ernie Banks 6/2/1961
Most Hit By Pitch -- 3++ Frank Chance 5/30/1904
Most Stolen Bases -- 7++ George Gore 6/25/1881
Most Stolen Bases (Since 1900) -- 5 Eric Young 5/14/2000
Most Steals of Home -- 2++ Joe Tinker 6/28/1910
Club Records -- Pitching Opponent Date
Most Strikeouts -- 20 Houston 5/6/1998
Most Hits Allowed -- 26 Philadelphia 8/25/1922
Most Runs Allowed -- 23 (5 times) New York 8/16/1997
Most Home Runs Allowed -- 7 (5 times) Houston 9/9/2000
Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning -- 4 (3 times) Los Angeles 8/8/2000
Most Bases on Balls -- 14 Montreal, Atlanta 6/2/1980, 5/23/1987
Most Bases on Balls, Inning -- 9 Cincinnati (5th) 4/24/1957
Most Consecutive No-Hit Innings -- 12 2/3 Pittsburgh 7/6/1980
Individual Records -- Pitching Player(s) Opponent Date
Most Strikeouts -- 20++ Kerry Wood Houston 5/6/1998
Most Strikeouts, Left-handed Pitcher -- 12 Jamie Moyer Philadelphia 4/13/1987
Most Strikeouts, Consecutive Starts -- 33+ Kerry Wood Houston (20)
Arizona (13)
5/6/1998
5/11/1998
Most Consecutive Strikeouts -- 8 Kyle Farnsworth
Juan Cruz
  5/23-6/1/2001
3/31-4/4/2003
Most Consecutive Strikeouts, Reliever -- 6 Bruce Sutter
Juan Cruz
Montreal
@ New York
9/8/1977
3/31/2003
Most Strikeouts, Inning -- 4** Jim Davis St. Louis (Game 1, 6th) 5/27/1956
Most Hits Allowed -- 25 Nixey Callahan Philadelphia 9/6/1900
Most Runs Allowed -- 20 Nixey Callahan Philadelphia 9/6/1900
Most Home Runs Allowed -- 5 Warren Hacke
Steve Stone
Ismael Valdes

Cincinnati
Cincinnati
Chicago (AL)

8/11/1954
7/9/1974
6/11/2000

Most Home Runs Allowed, Inning -- 4 Phil Norton Los Angeles (4th) 8/8/2000
Most Bases on Balls -- 11 Larry Cheney Boston Braves 9/29/1914
Most Consecutive Batters Retired -- 26 Don Cardwell
Milt Pappas
St. Louis
San Diego
5/15/1960
9/2/1972
+ Major League Record || ++ Ties Major League Record || * NL Record || ** Ties NL Record