Inside-the-park grand slam! Tapia capitalizes on Red Sox's gaffe (0:39)

Raimel Tapia's pop fly lands 40 feet behind Jarren Duran as he tries to catch it for a grand slam. :39

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After the All-Star break, the BlueJays found their rhythm. They defeated the Boston Red Sox 28-5 on Friday.

Raimel Tapia finished the game with a grand slam and six runs. It was the second inside-the-park home run for the Blue Jays. It's the first inside-the-park grand slam in MLB since Michael A Taylor did it for the Washington Nationals.

The fifth frame was where most of the damage was done. Boston's rough night was taken note of by Tom Brady, who played for the New England Pats for 20 years. In Super Bowl LI, Brady came back from a 25 point deficit to beat the Atlanta Falcons. The Red Sox did not have magic like Brady did.

Gonna be a hell of a story @Edelman11!

— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) July 23, 2022

Both Boston and Toronto made history in this game.

The BlueJays scored the most runs against the RedSox in a long time. Here are some of the other numbers.

On Friday, Toronto scored 28 runs, the most in franchise history. The previous record of 24 was set against the Baltimore Orioles. It was the most runs allowed in a game by the Red Sox. The Cleveland Guardians scored 27 against Boston in 1923.

The 8,744th game at the park was on Friday. The BlueJays scored more runs there than any other team.

Toronto scored 11 runs in the fifth, tying a record. The BlueJays have done that before, most recently against the Orioles.

It was the most runs by an MLB team in a five-inning period since 1900.

For the first time, three different players in the same game had at least five runs scored.

Toronto had 29 hits against Boston, the most in a single game. It was the highest hit performance in a victory against the Rangers. Since 1900, the Los Angeles Angels have been the only team to do so.

Nineteen of the 28 Toronto runs came with two outs. That's the most two-out runs a team has ever scored.

Gurriel went 6-for-7 with five runs and five hits. He tied Frank Catalanotto for the most hits in a single season.

This story would not have been possible without the research done by ESPN.