For an entire series, the New York Yankees scored 55 runs against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1960 Series. For a game, the Yankees scored 18 runs against the New York Giants in game 2 of the 1936 World Series, winning 18-4.
7 runs. By the San Francisco Giants in game two of the World Series in 2010!
Reggie Jackson and Paul Molitor share the record for most runs scored in World Series history with 10.
10000 to 53
The most home runs by an individual in a World Series during the 1970s was 5 by Reggie Jackson of the New York Yankees during the 1977 World Series. That same series Jackson also hit the most home runs in a single world series game during the 1970s with 3.
10. The Philadelphia Athletics scored 10 runs in the bottom of the 7th inning in Game 4 of the 1929 World Series against the Chicago Cubs to turn an 8-0 deficit into a 10-8 lead. The A's held on to win Game 4 and then won Game 5 to clinch the Series.
11 home runs ***During a "series" not a game. I know the Giants had 14 one year....
Mickey Mantle with 42 runs scored in 12 World Series.