First 10 Grand Slams of the 2017 MLB Season

The First 10 Grand Slams of the 2017 MLB Season

It took exactly 13 days for all of Major League Baseball to combine to whack ten grand slams. Here they are.

**SPOILER ALERT**

We’re listing these grand slams along with the inning and score, so if you want to be completely unaware of all scores and four-run slammers before watching games from the first weeks of the 2017 season, avoid this post. Otherwise, proceed!

The First 10 Grand Slams of the 2017 MLB Season

1. Joc Pederson Slams First Grand of the Year (4/3/17)

With the score tied at one and two outs in the third inning, Pederson stepped in against the Padres’ Jhoulys Chacin. Boom.

2. Francisco Lindor Says Goodbye (4/5/17)

In the top of the 9th with Cleveland down 5-6 against Texas, Lindor says goodbye to the ball and hello to four RBIs.

3. Kendrys Morales Rips a Monster Slam (4/6/17)

With the score tied at goose eggs in the 3rd, Kendrys Morales blasts off.

4. Brandon Belt Belts a Brandon (4/7/17)

That’s the new word for grand slam. This term (#brandon) was coined on April 7 in San Diego, as the score flipped from 1-4 to 5-4 with one mighty swing.

5. Nomar Mazara’s Center Field Bomb (4/7/17)

With Texas up 0-4 in bottom of the 2nd inning, Mazara doubled their score with this grand slam as the Rangers raged with the sticks in search of their first win of the 2017 MLB season.

6. Andrew Romine Goes Grand (4/12/17)

Just like that, Detroit goes from down 1-3 to up 5-3. That’s the beauty of the grand slam.

7. Maikel Franco’s Stellar Grand Slam (4/12/17)

Down 5-0 with two outs in the bottom of the 6th against the Mets, Maikel Franco gives the Phillies a teriffic surge to pull within one.

8. Marcell Ozuna Removes the Goose Egg (4/13/17)

Bottom of the first against the Mets, Ozuna crushes a 2-1 pitch with two outs and the bases loaded to create an early lead for the Marlins.

9. Lonnie Chisenhall Swats a Big Fly (4/14/17)

Bottom of the ninth, down by five… it’s the stuff dreams are made of. Almost.

10. Logan Morrison Takes It Deep (4/14/17)

Up 2-0 in the third inning, Tampa Bay’s Logan Morrison adds four more with a no-doubt Grand Slam off Rick Porcello of the Boston Red Sox.

Complete List of Walkoff MLB Games for 2017

The Great List of 2017 Major League Baseball Walkoffs

Spoiler alert: Since this is called “The Great List of 2017 Major League Baseball Walkoffs,” you kinda already know what’s going to take place. Walkoffs are pretty much defined by the home team winning. So, there you go. You may know the final outcome, but how does it happen? Who has the clutch hit? Or is it a walk? A passed ball? Will it happen in the bottom of the 9th, or will it be the 12th? 10th, 13th, 15th…..??

In any case, you know these will be tight games with tense endings, and the thrill of the home crowd cheering on a clutch hit or smart baserunning. From bottom of the 9th come-from-behind two-run homers to bottom of the 12th walk-off-walks, these 2017 Major League Baseball walkoff games are simply fun to watch.

At Baseball Rewatch, we typically don’t go in for spoilers. Our goal is to provide you with a resource to watch baseball games from the past as if they were live. And not just any games – the best games from each day. You can go to MLB.tv and pick a random game, but wouldn’t you rather know you’re watching one of, if not the best games of the day? That’s what we do. No spoilers, no highlights, no scores, just every day’s most exciting MLB games. Check out the “daily” and “weekly” (etc.) posts to see more.

But every now and then it’s fun to switch it up and list something like this. I’m probably not the only fan that has a special weak spot for walkoffs. There’s just something ineffably exciting about the home team scoring the winning run as the crowd goes wild.

Here is our complete listing of all 2017 MLB walkoff games. Click the link to watch with your MLB.tv subscription.

The Great List of 2017 Major League Baseball Walkoffs

This list has been updated as the season progressed. All 203 walk-off games from the 2017 MLB regular season are listed below.

  1. Giants @ D-Backs (4/2/17)
  2. Blue Jays @ Orioles (4/3/17)
  3. Pirates @ Red Sox (4/5/17)
  4. Mariners @ Astros (4/5/17)
  5. Cubs @ Brewers (4/7/17)
  6. Blue Jays @ Rays (4/8/17)
  7. Royals @ Astros (4/9/17)
  8. Mariners @ Angels (4/9/17)
  9. Braves @ Pirates (4/9/17)
  10. Nationals @ Phillies (4/9/17)
  11. Dodgers @ Cubs (4/10/17)
  12. Rangers @ Angels (4/11/17)
  13. White Sox @ Indians (4/11/17)
  14. Phillies @ Nationals (4/14/17)
  15. Mets @ Marlins (4/14/17)
  16. Orioles @ Blue Jays (4/15/17)
  17. Phillies @ Nationals (4/16/17)
  18. Mets @ Marlins (4/16/17)
  19. Angels @ Royals (4/16/17)
  20. Rangers @ Mariners (4/16/17)
  21. Padres @ Braves (4/17/17)
  22. Brewers @ Cubs (4/19/17)
  23. Tigers @ Rays (4/19/17)
  24. Royals @ Rangers (4/20/17)
  25. Braves @ Phillies (4/22/17)
  26. Royals @ Rangers (4/22/17)
  27. Athletics @ Angels (4/25/17)
  28. Rays @ Orioles (4/26/17)
  29. Dodgers @ Giants (4/26/17)
  30. Blue Jays @ Cardinals (4/27/17)
  31. Orioles @ Yankees (4/28/17)
  32. Phillies @ Dodgers (4/29/17)
  33. Pirates @ Reds (5/1/17)
  34. Phillies @ Cubs (5/4/17)
  35. Red Sox @ Twins (5/5/17)
  36. Tigers @ Athletics (5/6/17)
  37. Brewers @ Pirates (5/6/17)
  38. Astros @ Angels (5/6/17)
  39. Nationals @ Phillies (5/7/17)
  40. Tigers @ Athletics (5/7/17)
  41. Giants @ Mets (5/8/17)
  42. Angels @ Athletics (5/8/17)
  43. Nationals @ Orioles (5/9/17)
  44. Pirates @ Dodgers (5/9/17)
  45. Orioles @ Nationals (5/10/17)
  46. Indians @ Blue Jays (5/10/17)
  47. Padres @ Rangers (5/11/17)
  48. Athletics @ Rangers (5/12/17)
  49. Reds @ Giants (5/12/17)
  50. Phillies @ Nationals (5/13/17)
  51. Padres @ White Sox (5/13/17)
  52. Mariners @ Blue Jays (5/14/17)
  53. Brewers @ Padres (5/15/17)
  54. White Sox @ Angels (5/16/17)
  55. Mets @ D-Backs (5/17/17)
  56. White Sox @ Mariners (5/18/17)
  57. Red Sox @ Athletics (5/19/17)
  58. Royals @ Twins (5/19/17)
  59. Blue Jays @ Orioles (5/19/17)
  60. Cardinals @ Dodgers (5/23/17)
  61. Pirates @ Braves (5/23/17)
  62. Rockies @ Phillies (5/25/17)
  63. Mets @ Pirates (5/27/17)
  64. Reds @ Phillies (5/27/17)
  65. D-Backs @ Pirates (5/29/17)
  66. Brewers @ Mets (5/30/17)
  67. Braves @ Reds (6/2/17)
  68. White Sox @ Tigers (6/4/17)
  69. Astros @ Royals (6/6/17)
  70. Pirates @ Orioles (6/6/17)
  71. Twins @ Mariners (6/7/17)
  72. Pirates @ Orioles (6/7/17)
  73. Mets @ Braves (6/9/17)
  74. Athletics @ Rays (6/10/17)
  75. Reds @ Dodgers (6/10/17)
  76. Phillies @ Red Sox (6/12/17)
  77. Yankees @ Angels (6/13/17)
  78. Phillies @ Red Sox (6/13/17)
  79. Yankees @ Athletics (6/15/17)
  80. Rays @ Tigers (6/15/17)
  81. Giants @ Rockies (6/15/17)
  82. Padres @ Brewers (6/16/17)
  83. Marlins @ Braves (6/17/17)
  84. Giants @ Rockies (6/18/17)
  85. Marlins @ Braves (6/18/17)
  86. Nationals @ Marlins (6/19/17)
  87. Padres @ Cubs (6/19/17)
  88. Tigers @ Mariners (6/20/17)
  89. Giants @ Braves (6/21/17)
  90. Blue Jays @ Royals (6/23/17)
  91. Reds @ Nationals (6/23/17)
  92. Rangers @ Yankees (6/23/17)
  93. Phillies @ D-Backs (6/25/17)
  94. Cardinals @ D-Backs (6/27/17)
  95. Yankees @ White Sox (6/27/17)
  96. Rockies @ Giants (6/27/17)
  97. Dodgers @ Angels (6/28/17)
  98. Rangers @ White Sox (6/30/17)
  99. Rockies @ D-Backs (7/2/17)
  100. Mets @ Nationals (7/3/17)
  101. White Sox @ Athletics (7/4/17)
  102. D-Backs @ Dodgers (7/6/17)
  103. Braves @ Nationals (7/7/17)
  104. Brewers @ Yankees (7/8/17)
  105. Yankees @ Red Sox (7/14/17)
  106. Cardinals @ Pirates (7/14/17)
  107. Giants @ Padres (7/15/17)
  108. Indians @ Athletics (7/15/17)
  109. Cardinals @ Pirates (7/16/17)
  110. Rangers @ Royals (7/16/17)
  111. Blue Jays @ Tigers (7/16/17)
  112. Phillies @ Marlins (7/17/17)
  113. Blue Jays @ Red Sox (7/18/17)
  114. Brewers @ Pirates (7/19/17)
  115. D-Backs @ Reds (7/19/17)
  116. Tigers @ Royals (7/19/17)
  117. Cardinals @ Mets (7/20/17)
  118. Nationals @ D-Backs (7/21/17)
  119. White Sox @ Royals (7/21/17)
  120. Athletics @ Mets (7/22/17)
  121. Blue Jays @ Indians (7/22/17)
  122. Padres @ Giants (7/22/17)
  123. Yankees @ Mariners (7/22/17)
  124. White Sox @ Royals (7/23/17)
  125. Braves @ Dodgers (7/23/17)
  126. Angels @ Indians (7/25/17)
  127. Rockies @ Cardinals (7/25/17)
  128. Braves @ D-Backs (7/25/17)
  129. Red Sox @ Mariners (7/25/17)
  130. Athletics @ Blue Jays (7/26/17)
  131. Twins @ Dodgers (7/26/17)
  132. Athletics @ Blue Jays (7/27/17)
  133. Rays @ Yankees (7/27/17)
  134. Twins @ Athletics (7/29/17)
  135. Rays @ Yankees (7/29/17)
  136. Braves @ Phillies (7/29/17)
  137. Royals @ Red Sox (7/29/17)
  138. Angels @ Blue Jays (7/30/17)
  139. Braves @ Phillies (7/30/17)
  140. Indians @ White Sox (7/30/17)
  141. Twins @ Athletics (7/30/17)
  142. Giants @ Dodgers (7/30/17)
  143. Blue Jays @ White Sox (7/31/17)
  144. Royals @ Orioles (7/31/17)
  145. Indians @ Red Sox (8/1/17)
  146. Mets @ Rockies (8/1/17)
  147. Mets @ Rockies (8/3/17)
  148. White Sox @ Red Sox (8/4/17)
  149. D-Backs @ Giants (8/5/17)
  150. Blue Jays @ Astros (8/6/17)
  151. Brewers @ Rays (8/6/17)
  152. Padres @ Pirates (8/6/17)
  153. Rockies @ Indians (8/8/17)
  154. Astros @ White Sox (8/10/17)
  155. Twins @ Tigers (8/12/17)
  156. Reds @ Brewers (8/12/17)
  157. Giants @ Nationals (8/13/17)
  158. Cardinals @ Red Sox (8/16/17)
  159. Reds @ Cubs (8/16/17)
  160. White Sox @ Dodgers (8/16/17)
  161. Angels @ Orioles (8/18/17)
  162. Blue Jays @ Cubs (8/20/17)
  163. Red Sox @ Indians (8/21/17)
  164. Dodgers @ Pirates (8/23/17)
  165. Rockies @ Royals (8/23/17)
  166. Athletics @ Orioles (8/23/17)
  167. Twins @ White Sox (8/23/17)
  168. Tigers @ White Sox (8/25/17)
  169. Rays @ Cardinals (8/26/17)
  170. Padres @ Marlins (8/26/17)
  171. White Sox @ Twins (8/31/17)
  172. Blue Jays @ Orioles (9/1/17)
  173. Cardinals @ Giants (9/2/17)
  174. Dodgers @ Padres (9/2/17)
  175. Athletics @ Mariners (9/2/17)
  176. Blue Jays @ Orioles (9/3/17)
  177. Brewers @ Reds (9/4/17)
  178. Giants @ Rockies (9/4/17)
  179. Yankees @ Orioles (9/5/17)
  180. Blue Jays @ Red Sox (9/5/17)
  181. Marlins @ Braves (9/7/17)
  182. Astros @ Athletics (9/8/17)
  183. Marlins @ Braves (9/9/17)
  184. Marlins @ Braves (9/10/17)
  185. Marlins @ Phillies (9/12/17)
  186. Orioles @ Blue Jays (9/12/17)
  187. Padres @ Twins (9/13/17)
  188. Royals @ Indians (9/14/17)
  189. Blue Jays @ Twins (9/14/17)
  190. White Sox @ Tigers (9/15/17)
  191. Red Sox @ Rays (9/15/17)
  192. Mets @ Marlins (9/19/17)
  193. Rockies @ Giants (9/19/17)
  194. Brewers @ Pirates (9/20/17)
  195. Indians @ Mariners (9/22/17)
  196. Cubs @ Brewers (9/23/17)
  197. Marlins @ D-Backs (9/24/17)
  198. Braves @ Mets (9/26/17)
  199. Giants @ D-Backs (9/27/17)
  200. Angels @ White Sox (9/27/17)
  201. Mariners @ Athletics (9/27/17)
  202. Pirates @ Nationals (9/28/17)
  203. Padres @ Giants (10/1/17)

2017 Major League Baseball Walkoffs

Weekly Best MLB Games

Best Baseball Games of the Week: MLB 2017 Week 1 Recap

April 2-8 – From Opening Day on April 2nd to the first Saturday games on April 8th, here are the best baseball games of the week. Week 1 of MLB’s 2017 season has been completed, here is your spoiler-free recap.

Week one is a small sample size, but it’s always fun to see the surprises on the stat leaderboards. There were some walkoff wins, some great pitching performances, and some swashbuckling, blow-by-blow lead-changing nail-biters.

MLB 2017 Week 1: Best Baseball Games of the Week

  1. Giants @ D-Backs (4/2/17)
  2. Cubs @ Cardinals (4/4/17)
  3. Blue Jays @ Orioles (4/3/17)
  4. Braves @ Mets (4/5/17)
  5. Indians @ Rangers (4/5/17)
  6. Cubs @ Cardinals (4/6/17)
Daily listings of the best baseball games and NO SPOILERS

Best MLB Games April 5, 2017 – No Spoilers Or Scores

April 5, 2017, featured 15 games played by all 30 Major League Baseball teams. Your team played today, did they win? Did they lose? Was there one great performance, one clutch hit, one stellar play that stands out? Or did they blow the lead, give up some bombs, kick easy plays? Whichever team is your team, you can find out here (with your MLB.tv subscription). All 15 games are listed at that link.

But if you would like to watch only the very best games played on this day in MLB history, see below. This is your daily source for great baseball without any scores, tips, alerts, or spoilers. Just some quality baseball.

Best MLB Games – April 5, 2017

Click the link(s) below to watch using your MLB.tv subscription.

  1. Braves @ Mets
  2. Mariners @ Astros
  3. Indians @ Rangers
  4. Pirates @ Red Sox
  5. Orioles @ Blue Jays

You’re always welcome to voice your opinion in the comments. Were these the best games played on April 5, 2017? Or are there others that deserve mention?

Also note that you should check here each day to see if your favorite team’s game makes the list. This is a great way to (legally) bypass the blackout restrictions for your local team’s MLB games. Just avoid sports news and apps, and check here to see if your team’s game is worth watching the next day.