The dog days of summer are usually associated with baseball. On the weekend of the National Baseball Hall of Fame induction, a rarity within the sport indeed occurred. It's one thing to get a walk off grand slam home run once in a career. Let alone twice. The same week. Against all odds, the Toronto Blue Jays Steve Pearce did just that. The career .255 hitter with fewer than 100 HR teed off twice in ... days, once off Liam Hendricks of the Oakland A's, then off of Bud Norris of the Los Angeles Angels. The second being more dramatic in that his team was trailing by 3 runs, and it capped off a 7 run ninth inning rally for an 11-10 Blue Jays win. For the week, Pearce was but 5-26, but add two doubles to the two grand slams and he wins our Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!