On September 27, 1928 — At Boston, the Cardinals erupt for seven runs in the 15th inning to win, 10 – 3, handing the loss to starter Bob Smith. Smith goes 14 1/3 innings, allowing nine hits and 12 walks. Smith and Kent Greenfield allow the seven runs, a major-league record for the 15th inning. The Cards tied the game in the 9th on Andy High’s 2-out, 2-run single.

 


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