Yankees Hit Record 3 Grand Slams In One Game

The Yankees fell behind 7-1 early after Phil Hughes couldn’t keep it together, but they stormed back to win 22-9 behind a record three grand slams in one game by Robinson Cano, Russell Martin, and Curtis Granderson.

In total the Yankees had 22 runs, 5 homers, a triple, 2 doubles, 21 hits, and 13 walks. Martin did most of the damage going 5-for-5 with a pair of home runs and six RBI’s.

Hughes allowed six runs in 2.2 innings pitched, he struck out five and walked none.

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7 Responses to Yankees Hit Record 3 Grand Slams In One Game

  1. Whitney says:

    My heart is still pumping off of this game. Beyond amazing!

  2. Susan says:

    A great come back today but some definite concern as Hughes reverts back to pitching like shit. Now Colon seems to be fading and AJ Whitson can no longer be trusted to pitch under any circumstance. CC hasn't been great lately either but should be fine if we make the playoffs and Nova and Garcia are more than steady. But I wonder if we might want to take another look at Wandy Rodriguez for this next trade deadline. He seems very solid to me.

    Oh and I see the Boston Assholes are beating Texas again tonight 6-0. Thanks for absolutely nothing Texas, great job!

    • Mike Sommer says:

      Wandy Rodriguez can't go anywhere. He was placed on waivers and was claimed by the Rockies. Once claimed after the trade deadline, Houston has one of two choices: work out a trade with the Rockies, or bring him back. They brought him back. They cannot put him on waivers again the rest of the year. He's with Houston for the rest of the year.

      • Susan says:

        Well that blows! There's probably not going to be anyone decent available.

        • There isn't and there wasn't. Not many of the pitchers traded at the deadline are doing better than the ones the Yankees have right now. Even Jimenez has been almost as bad as AJ since joining the Tribe.

          • Susan says:

            I never wanted Jiminez, certainly not at the insane price Colorado was asking. As for AJ, I would truly have more confidence sending you out to the mound at this point, Rob.

  3. I'd still put my faith in Hughes; rain delays are tough on pitchers. I'd want to see him have one more outing before saying that he can't handle pitching. AJ consistently had bad starts to the point where it makes sense that fans have lost confidence. But CC had a couple of bad outings recently and no one is trying to get him out of the rotation.

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