The largest run differential in MLB history is with the 1939 New York Yankies with a +441. The largest in recent years is the 1998 Yankies with +309.
In 2007 the Baltimore Orioles lost at home to the Texas Rangers, 30-3. 27 runs is the biggest run differential in a single regular-season Major League baseball game.
if you have a differential temp gauge installed the temp will run a little lower than engine temp it is close in range, but generally a little lower
If by "rear gear" you mean the differential, that joins the driveshaft to the rear axle: If run without sufficient oil it will overheat and eventually be ruined. Ordinarily the rear differential oil seldom needs changing, as unlike engine oil it does not have combustion byproducts constantly contaminating it. If however you drive through floodwaters, water can enter through the vent, which will ruin the differential oil. If you run through flooded water you should have the differential oil changed.
No..there is no such thing as a half-run in baseball.
Baseball is to football
A Score in baseball is called a "Run."
Yes, it is a home run if the baseball hits the foul pole.
Not advisable, the voltage differential is too great.
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