Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon said he'd never had a day like this one.
Not many players have.
Rendon had 10 RBIs, three home runs and six hits as Washington took advantage of Noah Syndergaard's injury and mauled the New York Mets 23-5 on Sunday to set a franchise scoring record.
Rendon went a career-best 6 for 6 and scored five times while breaking the club mark for RBIs. He became the 13th player in major league history to drive in 10 or more runs in a game — the first since Garret Anderson did it for the Angels in 2007.
"I may have had three home runs in high school," Rendon said, "but never like that with the RBIs."