This Day in Twins History – July 18, 1962

Minnesota is the first AL club to hit 2 grand slams in one inning when Bob Allison (off Barry Latman) and Harmon Killebrew (off Jim Perry) connect in a club-record, 11-run first inning, against Cleveland. The Twins and Dick Stigman coasted home 14-3. I was fishing on the St. Croix River that day listening to the game on my transistor radio and remember it like it happened yesterday. Box score

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