In one of my personal favorite games growing up, Robert Person had himself a ball game.
Britt Reames started the game and lasted just six batters while recording just one out. He walked three, gave up a double to Marlon Anderson and Pat Burrell hit a bomb to make it 3-0.
Bruce Chen entered the game with men on first and second. Tomas Perez popped out for out No. 2. They intentionally walked Todd Pratt to bring up Robert Person with the bases jacked. And go figure, he jacks it out for a grand slam to make it 7-0. The Phillies tacked on three more in the inning to take a 10-0 advantage after the first frame.
Person became the first Phillies pitcher to hit a grand slam since Jeff Juden did so in a game against the Dodgers on August 25, 1995, but wait; it gets better!
In Person's third at-bat in the bottom of the fifth with the Phils up 14-1, he stepped up with two on and one out. Person goes yard for the second time, this time off of Masahito Yoshii.
He became the first Phillies pitcher to hit two home runs in a game since Randy Learch did so in 1978!
In between the first and third at-bats, Person had the juices full again but just hooked one foul which had home run distance. He wound up striking out.
So, on the day, Person went 2-for-3 with two home runs, seven RBI, and two runs scored. The Phillies won the game 18-3.