Blue Jays Make History With Insane Romp Over Red Sox

This one will go down in history for the Toronto Blue Jays, who absolutely demolished the Boston Red Sox to the unheard of tune of 28-5. The runs came fast and they came in all kinds of bizarre fashions, including something you've never likely seen before:

An inside-the-park grand slam by Jays outfielder Raimel Tapia that made it 10-0. Boston outfielder Jarren Duran never even saw the ball. 

The Jays had 25 runs by the 5th inning in this game, already setting franchise history for the team, surpassing their 24-run output in a game back in 1978. Their 29 hits was also a club record, topping the 25 they had in a 1999 game. 

For the Red Sox, it was the most runs they've ever given up in a game. Ever. 

It's only the 6th time since 1900 that a team has scored 28+ runs in a game.

They also recorded more history, thanks to the performance of four players.

The first team in 121 years to have four players with 4+ RBIs, 3+ hits and 2+ runs in the same game.  

In fact, at one point, the Jays had surpassed their run differential for the entire season (93 games) in just five innings.

"We came out hot," said manager John Schneider in the understatement of the season.