Fun Fact of the Day:
Two players have hit 6 grand slams during one season. The first was Don Mattingly in 1987, then Travis Hafner accomplished it in 2006. Both of these guys were tremendous sluggers with slugging percentages above .450 for their careers. Both of those seasons each player finished in the top 10 MVP voting, and well deserved it as they each hit 30+ homers, 100+ RBI’s. The closest anyone has ever got was Ernie Banks and Albert Pujols who both have hit 5, but other than that no one has been close to 6. A grand slam is hard to come by, but 6 is just another level of legendary.