It was a night to celebrate for the Los Angeles Angels.
The team busted out for 25 runs against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field, winning by a final score of 25-1.
They came just five runs short of tying the Texas Rangers total of 30 runs scored on August 22, 2007.
But the Halos had everything working on Saturday night as they crushed the woeful Rockies.
And in the process, the Angels made some impressive history as well.
The team set a franchise record for runs scored, as well as a franchise record for hits with 28.
On Twitter, MLB posted this interesting fact about the Halos historic night.
— MLB (@MLB) June 25, 2023
For the Angels, it was a night worth celebrating.
For the Rockies, not so much.
The Angels scored most of their runs early, picking up two in the second inning, 13 in the third, and eight more in the fourth.
They added a run in the sixth and eighth innings, respectively.
By the time the Rockies scored in the bottom of the eighth, it was too late.
The damage had already been done.
But the Angels certainly had a lot to be excited about last night.
Mickey Moniak and Hunter Renfroe led the way with five hits and four RBI each.
Taylor Ward had two hits and drove in two, while Brandon Drury picked up three hits and drove in four.
Griffin Canning also pitched six scoreless innings for the Halos.
The team was firing on all cylinders as they pulled off an impressive blowout win at Coors Field.NEXT: The Angels Have A Key Player Surging In The Minors