Former Tiger hits first grand slam of MLB career

Former Tiger hits first grand slam of MLB career

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Former Tiger hits first grand slam of MLB career

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A former Clemson standout went deep on Thursday for the first grand slam of his Major League Baseball career.

Former Clemson and current San Francisco Giants outfielder Steven Duggar launched a 3-2 pitch to straightaway centerfield for the grand salami that gave his team an 8-0 lead over the Cincinnati Reds in the third inning of the two teams’ game at Great American Ball Park on Thursday afternoon.

The 427-foot blast marks the longest homer of Duggar’s career. It was his second dinger of the 2021 season.

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