Best Answer

As far as I can tell there have been only three pitchers with any length to their career that never allowed a grand slam home run:

Joaquin Andujar

Jim Palmer

Gary Peters

Sorry, after further research I have found a more inclusive list:

Pitcher (Home Runs Allowed) (Times with Bases Loaded)

Jim Palmer (303) (213)

Joaquin Andjuar (155) (156)

Doug Jones (86) (149)

Mike Krukow (196) (148)

Harvey Haddix (240) (147)

Paul Lindlad (112) (142)

Paul Assenmachr (73) (142)

Matt Morris (175) (132)

Gary Peters (157) (131)

Mike Boddicker (188) (125)

User Avatar

Wiki User

12y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: How many pitchers have never allowed a glam slam home run?
Write your answer...
Still have questions?
magnify glass
Related questions

What pitchers allowed the most home runs in Major League history Frank Tanana Don Sutton Robin Roberts or Gaylord Perry?

Click on the link to your right for the answer.

Is the pitchers mound closer to home or second?


Feet from pitchers mound to home plate?


How many pitchers have given up a home run to Barry Bonds?

As of September 7, 2007, 449 different pitchers have give up home runs to Barry Bonds.

Where can one buy stoneware pitchers?

There are many places one can buy stoneware pitchers. Check out home goods stores such as Home Sense. Or look at Amazon or eBay which may have more variety.

How far is a pitchers mound from home plate for youthes?

46 feet

Home plate to pitchers mound for little kids?

fortyfive feet.

What is the Measurement between the pitchers mount and home plate?

35 feet

How far is the pitchers mound to home plate in nbl baseball?


How many pitchers lost a game but had a no-hitter?

One--Ken Johnson of the Houston Colt .45s. Four other pitchers have pitched eight innings without a hit for the visiting team and lost, but because the home team never batted in the ninth inning these don't officially count as no-hitters.

How far is the pitchers mound to home in high school baseball?

60 feet.

How was distance between pitchers mound and home plate set?

60 feet