Fenway has never seen a game like this:
- 36 total runs, tying a 58-year-old American League record.
- 37 total hits
- 101 total plate appearances
- 55 total baserunners, most at Fenway Park in the Retrosheet Era.
- 400 total pitches
- Red Sox 1-4 hitters: 12 for 19, 14 runs, 4 HR, 14 RBI
- Rangers 3-6 hitters: 11 for 20, 12 runs, 0 HR, 7 RBI
- 22 total batters, of which 20 reached base, including all 18 starters
- Twenty different baserunners
- Runs scored by 16 different players
- 12 multihit games
- 10 batters with at least two runs, six with at least three, and three with at least four
- 21 combined total bases in the fifth inning
- Combined starting pitcher game scores of 10, lowest at Fenway in the Retrosheet Era.
- Scott Feldman game score of 1: Worst by a Boston opponent since 2003.
- And, of course, two home runs and 6 RBI by David Ortiz in the first inning — tying the AL record for each in one inning.
Nearly all of these stats are just shy of a series of American League records.