The greatest hostile explosion in Blue Jays history occurred Friday night at Fenway Park,

establishing an establishment standard for runs in a 28-5 defeat of the Red Sox.

The Blue Jays required only five innings to crush the past record of 24, put as far as possible

in a difficult spot on June 26, 1978. The association was only 2 years of age. "Oil" was going to overwhelm "Jaws 2"

in the cinema world. It's perhaps of the longest-standing record Toronto has.

Toronto's 25 goes through five innings tied a record that makes you arrive at considerably further back

 Disregard many years - - it has been an entire 100 years since a group achieved that, returning to the Chicago Cubs in 1922.

On a noteworthy night stacked to the rafters with group and individual firsts, the Blue Jays entered the last part with a roaring assertion.

Toronto's 28 runs made it simply the 6th club in Major League history to arrive at that number,

falling barely short of the unsurpassed AL/NL record of 30, set by the Rangers in 2007.