This day in baseball: The first grand slam

On September 10, 1881, Roger Connor of the Troy Trojans became the first major leaguer to hit a grand slam.  The first baseman’s four-run dinger came in the bottom of the ninth inning with two outs to give the Trojans a 7-4 walk-off victory over the Worcester Ruby Legs.

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5 thoughts on “This day in baseball: The first grand slam

  1. Troy left the city to become the New York Giants–given the state of the Mets and their current ownership, and since MLB owes Troy, maybe the Mets should move back to the home of Uncle Sam.

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