@dianagram I don’t have a handy lookup for this (yet), but there are innings of 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 in that game. That can’t happen often.
Fortunately for Doug (and you!), I happen to have such a lookup, having spliced and diced the Retrosheet game logs to parse out the inning-by-inning scoring of each team in every game from 1871-2012. Armed with this data, I can report the following:
- There have been no fewer than 88 games with half-innings of at least 0 through 6. The most recent of these (prior to 2013) occurred May 2, 2012 in a 15-13 11-inning Braves win at home over the Phillies. Even though the game went extras, the teams had covered 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 during the first nine innings.
- The last nine-inning game with half-innings of at least 0 through 6 happened on July 3, 2011. The Royals hammered the Rockies 16-8 in that one.
- There HAVE been games that have featured half-innings of 0 through GREATER than 6:
- There was a National Association game on May 1, 1872 between the Philadelphia Athletics and the Baltimore Canaries which ended 34-19 in favor of Philly. That contest saw 0 through 8 covered. No game has gone from 0 past 8, in sequence.
- In the modern era, the Reds blitzed the Marlins 22-8 on August 31, 1996 in a game featuring half-innings of 0 through 7.
- Tangentially, the record for most DIFFERENT number of runs scored in a half-inning in a game is nine. The aforementioned Athletics/Canaries game was actually the second instance of this, but those Athletics were also involved in the first. The highest-scoring organized game of all-time, the 49-33 National Association contest on June 28, 1871 also had nine different half-innings in terms of runs scored (1 through 5 and 7 through 10 . . . yes there were no scoreless half-innings in that one, the only such game in organized baseball history).
- In the modern era, the record for most DIFFERENT number of runs scored in a half-inning in a game is eight. Again, the most recent instance of this occurred in the Reds/Marlins game in 1996.