College baseball player smashes 2 grand slams in the same inning
Liam McFadden-Ackman just had an inning he’ll never forget for as long as he lives.
The junior infielder for the Northern Kentucky Norse did something that not many people have ever done at any level of baseball.
As you can see below, McFadden-Ackman hit not 1, but 2 grand slams in the same inning against Western Michigan:
? @LMack85 hits 2⃣ grand slams in the SAME INNING!! ?#NCAABaseball x ? @NKUNorseBSB pic.twitter.com/fh2j3N12p7
— NCAA Baseball (@NCAABaseball) February 26, 2023
It has been a good weekend thus far for the Norse, who beat Western Michigan in extra innings in each of the first 2 games of the series.
With McFadden-Ackman’s heroics on Sunday, the Norse are going for a 3-game sweep of their opponents. McFadden-Ackman will surely never forget his performance in Sunday’s final game!
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That’s some epic stuff! No idea about the NCAA, but I think it’s only been done once in MLB history.
Fernando Tatis with the St. Louis cardinals. I actually watched that game (grew up in St. Louis until 21)
Tony Cloninger (MLB pitcher) hit two in one game…not sure if they were in the same inning. Long ago.
I think he still holds the Braves single game RBI record from that day. Nine, if I recall. For a pitcher, the dude could really slug.
wow. Impressive. Also, 11 or more runs in one inning.
That’s awesome. Not as awesome as the camera angle though