On June 9, 1984, Greg “The Bull” Luzinski becomes the 10th player in MLB history to hit grand slams in back to back games. The day before, he had hit one off of Minnesota Twins pitcher Frank Viola in a Sox 6-1 win. On this day he would connect off Mike Walters of the Twins in the 7th inning at Comiskey Park scoring Julio Cruz, Carlton Fisk and Harold Baines to again lead the Sox to an 8-4 victory.