No, that's not exhibition football. The Texas Rangers allowed 3 runs in the first three innings against the Baltimore Orioles Wednesday night, and it looked like it was going to have to be an arduous comeback. Instead, the Rangers put up 30 straight runs and set a modern-day MLB record for runs scored in a game. Heck, Baltimore's NFL team hasn't even allowed 30 points in one-and-a-half seasons. Of course, the Orioles will win a 2-1 pitchers duel tonight against the Twins, but that's the beauty of baseball.