on ESPN when a baseball player hits a grand slam they denote it as something like GS(4)
The 4 in parenthesis usually denotes the number of X in the season, with X being some type of stats ie 2B(13), SB(48) to denote the season totals of doubles and stolen bases.
Home runs are denoted: HR(12)
The Grand Slam (GS) occurs so rarely that there are not season totals for it, rather career totals.
When ESPN shows a player has hit a Grand Slam in a game they will put GS(4)
But does this mean:
- That’s the total number of Grand Slams this player has hit this season?
- That’s the total number of Grand Slams this player has hit his career?
- That’s the total number of Home Runs this player has hit this season?
anyways I hope whoever thought this idea up has a really bad week! 🙁
in case you’re wondering its #3