Yankees' Don Mattingly

Yankees' Don Mattingly watches the ball go over the right field wall for his 6th grand-slam home run in the 3rd inning at Yankee Stadium 9/29. This sets a new major league record for the most grand-slam home runs in a single season by a single player. Don Mattingly hit the home run off Red Sox pitcher Bruce Hurst.
Yankees' Don Mattingly watches the ball go over the right field wall for his 6th grand-slam home run in the 3rd inning at Yankee Stadium 9/29. This sets a new major league record for the most grand-slam home runs in a single season by a single player. Don Mattingly hit the home run off Red Sox pitcher Bruce Hurst.
Yankees' Don Mattingly
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29 September, 1987
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