In the National League only two players have hit as many as five grand slams in one season: Ernie Banks in 1955 and Albert Pujols in 2009. Since the Cardinals do not play today, I have tracked down as many clips of these grand slams to attempt to fulfill our baseball-watching void. I found four — I cannot track down the one from June 21, 2009 against the Kansas City Royals, but I did find a fan video so I included that. Hope you enjoy this blast from the past!
April 11, 2009 vs. Houston Astros
April 25, 2009 vs. Chicago Cubs
June 21, 2009 vs. Kansas City Royals
July 3, 2009 vs. Cincinnati Reds
August 4, 2009 vs. New York Mets
Albert Pujols has most grand slams by a Cardinal | RetroSimba
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