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1970s / Dave McNally World Series Grand Slam
The 1970 World Series pitted the AL champion Baltimore Orioles versus the NL champion Cincinnati Reds. In Game #3 Orioles' pitcher Dave McNally had a pretty good day: Not only did he pitch a complete-game victory for his team, he hit a grand slam home run too! It was the first time a pitcher had achieved such a feat in a World Series game. Here is kinescope video of McNally's home run. Chuck Thompson and Curt Gowdy are the NBC broadcasters. Not especially noted for his batting prowess, McNally was a career .133 hitter who had nine MLB home runs in regular-season play. Oddly, McNally had also hit a home run in the 1969 World Series.