Robin Ventura hit 18 grand slam home runs in his career which ties him for fifth place on the all-time MLB list. Only Alex Rodriguez (25), Lou Gehrig (23), Manny Ramirez (21) and Eddie Murray (19) hit more grand slams. Ventura is tied with Willie McCovey, whose 18 grand slams were the most ever in National League history.
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Robin Ventura hit 10 grand slams with the White Sox and 18 overall in his career. Ventura hit 2 slams for the Sox in the 1991, 1993, 1995, and 1996 seasons and 1 slam in the 1994 and 1998 seasons.
Robin Yount hit three career grand slam home runs, 2 in the 1980 season and 1 in the 1984 season.
Through the 2008 MLB season, the career leaders in grand slams are: 1) Lou Gehrig - 23 2) Manny Ramirez - 20 3) Eddie Murray - 19 4) Willie McCovey and Robin Ventura - 18
As of the start of the 2008 MLB season, the career leaders in grand slams are: 1) Lou Gehrig - 23 2) Manny Ramirez - 20 3) Eddie Murray - 19 4) Willie McCovey and Robin Ventura - 18
Barry Bonds hit eleven grand slams during his career.
Lou Gehrig hit 23 Grand Slams during his career, which is a MLB record.
Alex Rodriguez holds the major-league record for grand slam home runs with 25. On September 20, 2013, he hit No. 24 in a game against the San Francisco Giants at Yankee Stadium. He had been tied with Lou Gehrig with 23 grand slams since June 12, 2012. Next on the list are Manny Ramirez with 21, Eddie Murray with 19 and Willie McCovey and Robin Ventura with 18. McCovey holds the National League record for career grand slams.
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