Alex Rodriguez hit 3 grand slams during the 2007 season.
Currently, The Yankees Alex Rodriguez and the Royals Yuniesky Betancourt are the major league leaders with three grand slams each in 2010.
In 2010, the Yankees grand slams were hit by Alex Rodriguez (3), Robinson Cano (2), Jorge Posada (2), Mark Teixeira (1), Curtis Granderson (1) and Brett Gardner (1).
123 - Adrian Gonzalez, Yuniesky Betancourt and Alex Rodriguez led the league with 3 apiece.
Currently, the Yankees have hit ten grand slams during the 2010 season. Alex Rodriguez has three, Jorge Posada and Robinson Cano have two each, Curtis Granderson, Mark Teixeira and Brett Gardner have one apiece.
Lou Gehrig, who played first base for the New York Yankees between 1923-1939, holds the all time MLB grand slam record with 23. Alex Rodriguez tied Lou Gehrig's Record of 23 Grand Slams on June 12th 2012. Alex Rodriguez broke the record in 2013, with his 24th Grand Slam.
Alex Rodriguez's 2010 salary was $33,000,000.
In 2010, Alex Rodriguez's salary was $33,000,000.
Alex Rodriguez set the major league record for grand slam home runs on September 20, 2013 with his 24th 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. They are followed on the list by Manny Ramirez with 21, and Eddie Murray with 19. In fifth place is Willie McCovey, who holds the National League record for career grand slams with 18.
"Steady Eddie" Murray hit 19 grand slams in his Major League Baseball career.
Alex Rodriguez set the record for most career grand slams with his 24th on September 20, 2013. He had been tied with the great Lou Gehrig with 23. Next on the all-time list is Manny Ramirez with 21.
Manny Ramirez hit 21 grand slams during his career. Only Alex Rodriguez (with 24) and Lou Gehrig (23) hit more lifetime home runs with the bases loaded.