Grand Slams per at Bat, also known as G-SPAB, is a baseball statistic that measures how often a batter hits a grand slam per time at bat. It is calculated similar to a hitters batting average, with hits in the numerator being replaced by grand slams.
|Grand Slams per at Bat|
|Player||Career Grand Slams||Career At Bats||G-SPAB|
|Ken Griffey, Jr.||16||9509||0.001683|
Bold indicates that the player is still active