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Grand Slams
From: General Mills
Introduced in 1998

The complete name of this cereal was Major League Grand Slams. It was described as a "sweetened corn cereal with marshmallows". The marshmallows shapes were bat, glove, home plate, pennant, diamond and star. The main cereal pieces were round with red etching to resemble the stitching of a baseball.

The baseball players featured on the front of the box were Mark McGwire, Frank Thomas and Mike Piazza.

The back of the box had a send-away offer for a Batting Helmet Cereal Bowl. That promo showed illustrated versions of the following baseball stars: Jeff Bagwell, Barry Bonds, Tino Martinez, Andres Galarraga and Larry Walker.

Major League Grand Slams Cereal Profile

The first 3 ingredients listed were corn meal, sugar and marshmallows.

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This cereal belongs to the following Mr Breakfast Cereal Families:
  • The Marshmallow Madness Cereal Family

  • Comments About This Cereal
    What do you think of Grand Slams?

    Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)

    By Tammy

    Is a 1998 collectors edition Major League Grand Slams Lucky Charms cereal box of any value?

    Comment submitted: 11/8/2015 (#19638)

    By shortstop

    Cereal Rating (out of 5):

    I had these as a kid, but can't find them anywhere anymore. They were AMAZING. Please bring them back... even if only annually for the World Series or something!

    Comment submitted: 8/23/2013 (#13400)

    By mscasanova

    I have two unopened boxes of Grand Slam purchased around 96? Wondering if they had any value to them?

    Comment submitted: 4/17/2012 (#7255)

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