Lou Gehrig hit 23 career grand slam home runs, the most by any player in Major League Baseball history.
There were many famous players who are legends of major league baseball. First of Nick joynson had hit 3 grand slams with your mother.
A Pinch hit GRAND SLAM against the Colorado Rockies
Lou Gehrig with 23 grand slams
Fred Lynn in Comisky park in Chicago
Tony Lazzeri was the first to hit 2 grand slams in a single game (5-24-1936) Fernando Tatis was the first to hit 2 grand slams in a single inning. (4-23-1999) The first person to hit a grand slam in Major league baseball was Roger Connor, who played for the Troy Trojans. (The Troy Trojans were taken over by the New York Gothams, now the San Fransisco Giants, in 1883.) Charlie Gould hit a grand slam 4 years earlier in the National Association for the Boston Red Stockings, but the National Association is not recognized as a major league.
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A grand slam in first time at bat was William "Frosty Bill" Duggleby.He was playing a home game for Philadelphia against the New York Giants in the second inning on April 21, 1898 Florida,s Jeremy Hermida also hit a grand slam his first time at bat in the seventh inning against St. Louis on August 31, 2005
Jim Northrup of the Detroit Tigers hit a record three grand slam home runs in one week in June of 1968.
yes there has been robin ventura hit grand slams back to back in consecutive innings for a 14-4 win over Texas
On July 4, 2011, Milwaukee Brewers pitcher, Shaun Marcum, hit a grand slam against the Arizona Diamondbacks. It was his first Major League home run.
4 Grand Slams = Alexei Ramirez (2B, 2008 Chicago White Sox) 04-25-09. He became the second fastest in major league historyto reach five grand slams in 152 games,according to Elias Sports Bureau.
Roger Connor of the Troy Trojans is believed to have hit the first grand slam, on September 10, 1881, although Charlie Gould hit one for the Boston Red Stockings in the National Association on September 5, 1871 (the National Association is not always recognized as a major league).
"Steady Eddie" Murray hit 19 grand slams in his Major League Baseball career.
Mark McGuire (sic; actually "McGwire") did not hit a grand slam on the first pitch he saw as a Major Leaguer. There have been four men to hit a grand slam in their first Major League at bat: Bill Duggleby for the Phillies in 1898 Jeremy Hermida for the Marlins in 2005 Kevin Kouzmanoff for the Indians in 2006 Daniel Nava for the Red Sox in 2010 Kouzmanoff and Nava hit their grand slams on the first pitch they ever saw in the Majors.
Currently, The Yankees Alex Rodriguez and the Royals Yuniesky Betancourt are the major league leaders with three grand slams each in 2010.
Lou Gehrig holds the Major League Baseball (MLB) record for career Grand Slams with 23; however, as of 2012, two (2) active players, Alex Rodriguez and Manny Ramirez have recorded 22 and 21 career Grand Slams, respectively.
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