The highest scoring postseason MLB game in history occurred on October 8, 1995, when the Cleveland Indians defeated the Seattle Mariners in Game 5 of the American League Division Series by a score of 15-14. This game, which took place at the Kingdome in Seattle, featured a total of 29 runs, 29 hits, and 10 errors between the two teams.
The game was a back-and-forth affair, with the lead changing hands several times throughout the contest. The Indians took an early lead, but the Mariners fought back and eventually took a 14-9 lead in the bottom of the eighth inning. However, the Indians were not done yet, as they scored six runs in the top of the ninth inning to take a 15-14 lead. The Mariners were unable to mount a comeback in the bottom of the ninth, and the Indians secured the victory.
The game featured several individual performances that were worthy of note. For the Indians, outfielder Albert Belle hit two home runs, drove in five runs, and scored three times. Shortstop Omar Vizquel also had a big game, going 4-for-5 with two runs scored. For the Mariners, designated hitter Edgar Martinez hit a home run and drove in four runs, while outfielder Jay Buhner hit a home run and drove in three runs.
This game is widely considered one of the most exciting and dramatic games in MLB history, and it is still remembered by baseball fans as one of the greatest postseason games of all time. It was a game that had everything – a back-and-forth battle, a thrilling comeback, and a dramatic finish. It was a game that was truly a classic and still one of the most memorable moments in MLB history.