Mets hit 2 grand slams in same inning

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Sep 1, 2005

Mets hit 2 grand slams in same inning

New York's team-record 11-run frame fuels 13-7 win over Cubs

CHICAGO - For the New York Mets, it was a grand slam of an inning.

First, Cliff Floyd homered with the bases loaded. Then, Carlos Beltran did the same. After David Wright added a two-run shot, New York had 11 runs — the most in a single inning in club history.

“It was just amazing to keep going like that. You never think you’re going to score 11 runs in one inning,” Floyd said Sunday night after Mets’ sixth-inning outburst sent them to a 13-7 victory over the Chicago Cubs.
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Dec 17, 2005
San Diego
WonderSlug said:
And it happened versus the Cubs. :lol:

Aren't they like the major leagues' punching bag or something? :icon_rofl:
Oh, yeah. This quote fits in right here:

What does a mama bear on the pill have in common with the World Series? No Cubs.
-- Harry Caray