Orioles slugger Eddie Murray nears historic baseball milestone

August 1996
Jet;8/26/96, Vol. 90 Issue 15, p51
Tells that Baltimore Orioles designated hitter Eddie Murray belted his 18th career grand slam home run in 1996, placing him second on the career grand slam list. Who Murray is tied with; Comments from Murray; Definition of a grand slam home run.


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