The Brewers scored three runs in the first inning last night in their 3-2 win over St. Louis.
The team now has 88 runs scored in the first inning in their 108 games of the season. They are on a pace to score 132 in the first inning this season. That would set the team record. The current team mark is 121 runs scored in the first inning by the 1982 Brewers. Their 88 first-inning runs top the majors this year; Washington and Miami are second in this stat with 81 first-inning runs.
The MLB record for most first-inning runs in a season is 147 held by the 2000 St. Louis Cardinals. Finishing with 132 runs in the first inning for the 2017 season would give the Brewers a tie for the 13th most first-inning runs scored by a team in a season.