Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Get Out the Rye Bread and Mustard, Grandma, It is Grand Salami Time!

1. Hank Greenberg - 11 grand slams
2. Al Rosen - 9 grand slams
2. Shawn Green - 9 grand slams
3. Sid Gordon - 7 grand slams
4. Mike Lieberthal - 4 grand slams
5. Brad Ausmus - 3 grand slams
5. Mike Epstein - 3 grand slams
6. Buddy Myer - 2 grand slams
6. Harry Danning - 2 grand slams
7. Gabe Kapler - 1 grand slam
7. Norm Sherry - 1 grand slam
7. Phil Weintraub - 1 grand slam
7. Lou Limmer - 1 grand slam
7. Kevin Youkilis - 1 grand slam
7. Jimmie Reese - 1 grand slam
7. Cal Abrams - 1 grand slam7. Ryan Braun - 1 grand slam
7. Norm Miller - 1 grand slam
7. Ron Blomberg - 1 grand slam (oddly enough he hit it with the White Sox)
7. Art Shamsky - 1 grand slam
7. Jason Marquis - 1 grand slam
7. Saul Rogovin - 1 grand slam

Honorable Mentions:
Lou Boudreau - 1 grand slam
David Newhan - 1 grand slam

2 comments:

William said...

Greenberg was really good, wasn't he?

Josh Borenstein said...

Sure was. He played in a hitter's era. But he was still elite in that era.