(Price just lowered) Frederick Deshaun Lewis made his MLB debut for the Giants in September 1, 2006 at Wrigley Field. Remarkably, he had a base hit in each of his frist three at bats. Lewis made his first appearance on a major league 25-man roster on May 10, 2007 for the Giants. Three days later he hit for the cycle in Colorado on Mother's day, only his 16th game in the Majors. Lewis doubled leading off the game, then hit a three-run opposite field home run in the fourth inning, followed by an RBI triple in the fifth and a single leading off the seventh inning. Lewis' cycle was the 22nd in Giants franchise history. Lewis is one of only a handful of major league baseball players to hit his first homer as part of a cycle. Only June 1, Lewis hit his first MLB grand slam against the Philadelphia Phillies. Little over a month later, On July 4, Lewis hit another grand slam against the Cincinatti Reds, becoming the first player in San Francisco Giants history (a history that inclued Willie Mays, Willie McCovey and Orlando Cepeda- all HOF hitters) to hit two grand slams in his rookie season. Get the hand-signed baseball before it goes up in value! (Valued at $100.00) Price includes shipping.