|Player||Name of the player|
|Date||Date of the two grand slam game|
|Team||The player's team at the time of the game|
|Opposing team||The team against whom the player hit two grand slams|
|Score||Final score of the game, with the player's team score listed first|
|Career GS||The number of grand slams the player hit in his MLB career|
|Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame|
|Player is active|
|Player||Date||Team||Opposing team||Score||Career GS||Ref(s)|
|Lazzeri, TonyTony Lazzeri||01936-05-24May 24, 1936||New York Yankees||Philadelphia Athletics||25–2||8|
|Tabor, JimJim Tabor||01939-07-04July 4, 1939||Boston Red Sox||Philadelphia Athletics||18–12||7|
|York, RudyRudy York||01946-07-27July 27, 1946||Boston Red Sox||St. Louis Browns||13–6||12|
|Gentile, JimJim Gentile||01961-05-09May 9, 1961||Baltimore Orioles||Minnesota Twins||13–5||6|
|Cloninger, TonyTony Cloninger||01966-07-03July 3, 1966||Atlanta Braves||San Francisco Giants||17–3||2|
|Northrup, JimJim Northrup||01968-06-24June 24, 1968||Detroit Tigers||Cleveland Indians||14–3||8|
|Robinson, FrankFrank Robinson||01970-06-26June 26, 1970||Baltimore Orioles||Washington Senators||12–2||8|
|Ventura, RobinRobin Ventura||01995-09-04September 4, 1995||Chicago White Sox||Texas Rangers||14–3||18|
|Hoiles, ChrisChris Hoiles||01998-08-14August 14, 1998||Baltimore Orioles||Cleveland Indians||15–3||8|
|Tatís, FernandoFernando Tatís||01999-04-23April 23, 1999||St. Louis Cardinals||Los Angeles Dodgers||12–5||8|
|Garciaparra, NomarNomar Garciaparra||01999-05-10May 10, 1999||Boston Red Sox||Seattle Mariners||12–4||7|
|Mueller, BillBill Mueller||02003-07-29July 29, 2003||Boston Red Sox||Texas Rangers||14–7||4|
|Willingham, JoshJosh Willingham||02009-07-27July 27, 2009||Washington Nationals||Milwaukee Brewers||14–6||6|
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