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As Manny Ramirez continues to destroy NL pitching, it’s worth noting that he’s only three grand slams away from tying Lou Gehrig’s record of 23.

Can he hit three grand slams this season? Probably not. But consider this – three pitchers hit grand slams in 1995. Can you name them?

7 Responses to “Trivia Time!”

  1. Sarah Green says:

    I have NO IDEA. And I can’t even fathom a guess.

  2. Paul Moro says:

    I remember Denny Neagle did this. Don’t know the others.

  3. Coley Ward says:

    Denny Neagle is one of them.

  4. King Felix hit one against santana this year

  5. Kirk Miller says:

    I would think Mike Hampton would be a decent guess.

  6. Kirk Miller says:

    Not Mike. Neagle is right. The other two would be impossible to guess. I spent a half an hour looking and I found…drum roll please…Jeff Juden of the Phils and Chris Hammond of the Marlins.

  7. Kirk Miller says:

    http://www.baseballlibrary.com/chronology/byyear.php?year=1995

    …If anyone is interested is interested, it’s pretty cool. Great way to bring back memories.

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