No, it wasn't hitting three grand slams in a game. That was a first all time. The Yankees yesterday became the sixth team since 1920 to have three players in a game with five or more RBI. The first to do this was the last-place Phillies in 1923. One famous and two not-so-famous Phillies all had career highs in RBI the same game, won by a score of 20-14 over St. Louis. The three slugged six homers (three by Cy Williams), but none was a grand slam. Since then only one other NL club accomplished this feat, the Expos in 1996.