Kenny Rogers gave up 11 grand slams and Nolan Ryan gave up 10 grand slams.
The first and only player to hit two grand slams in a single inning was Fernando Tatis in 1999 when he was playing for the St. Louis Cardinals. Both came off of Chan Ho Park of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
None. 4 Home Runs yes, 4 grand slams no.
Only one player in MLB history has hit two grand slam home runs in the same inning. That was Fernando Tatis of the St. Louis Cardinals in a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 23, 1999. Atlanta pitcher Tony Cloninger hit two grand slams in one game against the San Francisco Giants on July 3, 1966. The first grand slam was in the first inning off of Bob Priddy, the second was in the 4th inning off of Ray Sadecki. Cloninger became the first player in National League history to hit two grand slams in a single game.
Lou Gehrig hit 23 Grand Slams during his career, which is a MLB record.
Through the 2008 season in MLB, that is Lou Gehrig with 23 career grand slams.
No one has ever hit 3 grand slams in a game. Only 13 players have hit 2 grand slams in one game.
19 by Eddie Murray. Murray had 19 grand slams in 21 seasons (1977-1997). He hit 16 grand slams for the Baltimore Orioles, 1 for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and 2 for the New York Mets. He is 3rd in MLB career grand slams behind Manny Ramirez (20) and Lou Gehrig (23).
6, accomplished by Lou Gehrig and Travis Hafner
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Nolan Ryan gave up 10 grand slams during his career to hold the MLB record.
In MLB games, Tony Lazzeri and Frank Robinson.Lazzeri hit two grand slams against the Philadelphia Athletics on May 24, 1936 and Robinson hit two against the Washington Senators on June 26, 1970.
In MLB, the career record for grand slams hit by a pitcher is 2 and has been done by 6 pitchers: Dizzy Trout, Camilo Pascual, Bob Gibson, Tony Cloninger, Rick Wise, and Denny Neagle. Cloninger hit both of his grand slams in the same game.
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Fernando Tatis, dominican baseball player. On April 23, 1999, Tatis made history by hitting two grand slams in a single inning. He hit both against Chan Ho Park of the Los Angeles Dodgers. With this feat, Tatís also set a Major-League record with eight RBI in a single inning.
Unfortunately, the most recent data I could find was for the 2008 MLB season. In 2008, 124 grand slams were hit (72 in the AL and 52 in the NL) in 2428 total games for an average of 1 grand slam every 19.58 games. The most grand slams hit in an MLB season is 176 (89 in the AL and 87 in the NL) in 2429 games in the 2000 season for an average of 1 grand slam every 13.80 games.
In MLB, that was Jim Gentile of the Baltimore Orioles on May 9, 1961 against the Minnesota Twins at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington.He hit a grand slam in the 1st inning off of Pedro Ramos and a grand slam in the 2nd inning off of Paul Giel. He also had a sacrifice fly in the 8th inning and ended the game, won by the Orioles 13-5, with 9 RBIs.
Jimmy Foxx (17 Grand Slams) was not a career long pitcher, but he did pitch 23.2 innings in his career. He's ranked 6th all-time. Dave Kingman (16 Grand Slams) logged 4 innings in his career. Babe Ruth also had 16 Grand Slams. Tony Cloniger was the first and only pitcher to hit two grand slams in one game in 1966. According to Baseball Almanac, the MLB career record for grand slams by a pitcher is 2 and is held by 7 pitchers: Camilo Pascual, Dizzy Trout, Tony Cloninger, Bob Gibson, Denny Neagle, Rick Wise, and Schoolboy Rowe
Lou Gehrig holds the record for most grand slams in a career at 23, but Alex Rodriguez has a reasonable chance of breaking that. Check the link below for a list of every MLB player who has hit at least two grand slams in a career. This includes Tony Cloninger, a pitcher who hit two grand slams in one game -- and hit only nine other home runs in his entire career.