In last night's loss to the Rays, the Red Sox's first five hits were for extra-bases: three doubles and two triples. (In the sixth inning, the team had two singles.)
I wondered what was the most hits a team has had in a game without hitting a single.
Using Baseball Reference's awesome Play Index, I learned that the answer is nine.
On August 18, 1998, Atlanta had nine hits - all doubles - in an 8-4 win over the Giants.
The Red Sox's record is six, which they did on April 20, 1973, collecting four doubles and two home runs in a 3-2 loss to Cleveland.
Here is the complete list.