Cubs and Pirates tie MLB record for grand slams in a game

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Cubs first baseman Frank Schwindel hit the third grand slam of the game between Chicago and the Pittsburgh Pirates, tying the MLB single-game record.

The Cubs and Pirates may not be the best teams in baseball, but they’re plenty entertaining.

On Sunday, the two combined to tie the MLB record for most grand slams in a game.

Bryan Reynolds struck first for the Pirates in the third inning.

The Cubs had their own grand slam up their sleeve courtesy of — Duffy.

Frank Schwindel hit the third Pirates-Cubs grand slam

Yet another go-ahead slam arrived when Frank Schwindel blasted one in the bottom of the seventh.

Fans at Wrigley Field have been treated to an absolutely fireworks show a day after beating the Pirates with a three-run walk-off rally in the ninth inning on Saturday.

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