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Who gave up the last Grand Slam in a World Series?

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2006-04-19 17:42:03
2006-04-19 17:42:03

2005 World Series - Bottom of 7th inning of Game 2 against the Houston Astros. Paul Konerko blasted a grand slam against Astros reliever Chad Quals, to put the Chicago White Sox ahead 6 to 4, at US. Cellular Field (aka. Comiskey Park), Chicago. The Sox went on to win that game with a walk off homer by Scott Podsednik off of Brad Lidge.

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