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April 24, 1996 >Paul Molitor and Greg Myers each drive in five runs as the Minnesota Twins wallop the Detroit Tigers by the score of 24-11. It is just one of many high-scoring games on the table that day; in fact, the 195 combined runs tallied by the 14 Major League teams in action marks the highest single-day total in the 20th century.