In Thursday afternoon’s 11-3 rout of the Braves, the Brewers became the 16th team in major league history to score in every inning of a game, MLB.com’s Curt Hogg and Mark Bowman report. To put that in perspective, there have been 23 official perfect games in baseball history, including 21 in the modern era.
Here’s how all the scoring occurred:
- 1st inning: Chris Carter smacks a two-run home run off of Roberto Hernandez
- 2nd inning: Keon Broxton scores as Manny Pina was thrown out attempting to steal second base
- 3rd inning: Scooter Gennett slugged a solo home run off of Hernandez
- 4th inning: Hernan Perez drilled another solo homer off of Hernandez
- 5th inning: Gennett singles on a deflection off of third baseman Adonis Garcia, scoring a run against Brandon Cunniff
- 6th inning: Manny Pina hits a three-run double off of Madison Younginer
- 7th inning: Perez hits an RBI single off of Younginer
- 8th inning: Orlando Arcia brings in a run with a triple off of Eric O'Flaherty
Before the Brewers on Thursday, the last team to score in every inning of a game was the Tigers on August 2, 2014 against the Rockies. The only other team to do it this millennium was the Yankees on April 29, 2006 against the Blue Jays.