With the center field bleachers as a backdrop, Hank Greenberg rounds third base after hitting his 43rd home run on Sept. 6, 1946. Greenberg led the majors with 44 home runs and topped the American League with 127 RBI. Greenberg — then in his first full year after returning from a four-year stint in the army — hit a grand slam in his first game back with the Tigers in July 1943.

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