Yoenis Cespedes and the New York Mets broke a franchise record by scoring 12 runs in one inning Friday night.
Cespedes set a club mark with six RBIs in the third against the San Francisco Giants, connecting for a two-run single off starter Jake Peavy and a grand slam off reliever Mike Broadway that capped the outburst.
Michael Conforto had an RBI double and a run-scoring single in the inning, which lasted 39 minutes, 47 seconds. He and Cespedes were two of the four players who scored twice. Asdrubal Cabrera greeted Broadway with a two-run double.
The first eight Mets batters reached safely, four on walks, before pitcher Steven Matz struck out trying to bunt. Curtis...