Heading into 2006, the Yankees were going to challenge the all time record for runs scored or at least be the first since the 99 Indians to score 1000 runs. With all their injuries and A-Rod's strikeouts, that is not going to happen. In fact, while they very likely will lead MLB in runs scored, the Yankees will not score even 900 runs.
The Red Sox led MLB in scoring in each of the seasons 2003 through 2005. Each season they had over 900 runs - with a high of 961 one season. During that time, only one other team eclipsed the 900 run level. Without looking.... Name that team. Lets just say, I would have never guessed.