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Charles Joseph Hiller (October 1, 1934 – October 20, 2004) was an American professional baseball player, coach and manager. Born in Johnsburg, Illinois, Hiller attended the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota) and was signed by the Cleveland Indians as an amateur free agent in 1957. He began his major league career in 1961 with the San Francisco Giants. On October 8, 1962, Hiller hit the National League's first grand slam in World Series history in Game 4 of the 1962 World Series against the New York Yankees, off left-handed relief pitcher Marshall Bridges. Primarily a second baseman, Hiller hit .243 with 20 home runs in 704 games over eight major league seasons.

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  • Charles Joseph Hiller (1er octobre 1934 - 20 octobre 2004) était un joueur de baseball américain, qui fut Joueur de deuxième but en Ligue majeure de baseball. Né à Johnsburg, dans l'Illinois, il suit ses études éuniversitaires à l'Université de Saint Thomas avant de rejoindre les San Francisco Giants. Il frappe son premier grand chelem en Ligue nationale aux World Series en 1962 contre les New York Yankees. Il fut plus tard instructeur et conseiller des Mets, à partir de 1979. Hiller est mort à l'âge de 70 à Saint Pete Beach, en Floride.
  • Charles Joseph Hiller (October 1, 1934 – October 20, 2004) was an American professional baseball player, coach and manager. Born in Johnsburg, Illinois, Hiller attended the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota) and was signed by the Cleveland Indians as an amateur free agent in 1957. He began his major league career in 1961 with the San Francisco Giants. On October 8, 1962, Hiller hit the National League's first grand slam in World Series history in Game 4 of the 1962 World Series against the New York Yankees, off left-handed relief pitcher Marshall Bridges. Primarily a second baseman, Hiller hit .243 with 20 home runs in 704 games over eight major league seasons.
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