Who Hit the Most Grand Slams for the Mets?

Nothing lifts a team’s chances of winning a game and crushes the opponents’ hopes like hitting a grand slam home run. Four runs cross the plate with one swing. While the Mets have been a victim many times, today let’s see who has hit the most grand slams for the Mets.

Mike Piazza has hit the most grand slams in New York Mets franchise history. Piazza hit 6 grand slams during his eight years with the Mets. Over his entire 16 years, the Hall of Fame catcher hit 14 grand slams. He hit 8 grand slams while a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Mike  Piazza hitting

Mike Piazza Mets Grand Slams

DateTeamPitcher
1998-08-22ARIAndy Benes
2000-05-14FLABrad Penny
200006-09NYYRoger Clemens
2000-07-18TORChris Carpenter
2002-05-17SDPJason Boyd
2002-09-09PHIJose Santiago

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The one against Clemens is notable because the next month Piazza was hit in the head by a Roger Clemen’s fastball. Mike faced Clemens 25 times in his career and had 8 hits, including 4 home runs and 10 RBIs. His slash line was .364/.440/.955 against Roger.