Elmer Smith of the Indians collected seven extra-base hits in just two days, establishing a Major League record on September 5, 1921. The streak of hits included four home runs and three doubles in the two days.
The first World Series grand slam came on October 10, 1920 when Elmer Smith of the Indians belted a bases-loaded homer against the Brooklyn Dodgers. In the same game, Indians pitcher Jim Bagby hit the first World Series homer by a pitcher. Cleveland won the game, 8-1.