The New York Yankees hit a Major League record three grand slam home runs in one game to overcome a six-run deficit and rout the Oakland Athletics 22-9 at Yankee Stadium Thursday.

Robinson Cano, Russell Martin and Curtis Granderson were the three Yankee batters who combined to make history.

The fact that we as a team have done something that all the teams have never done before, it's pretty neat, Granderson said. I think it speaks to what this offense is, that anybody and everybody can deliver at any time.

Oakland jumped to a 7-1 lead but Cano's blast in the fifth inning trimmed the lead to 7-6 and Martin delivered the lead with his grand slam in the sixth inning. Granderson's record setting shot came in the eighth inning.

Martin also hit a solo home run in the fourth inning as part of a 5-for-5 performance with six RBI's.

It's pretty amazing, Martin said.

This game has been played for a long time. Pretty much everything has already happened.

I'm waiting to see who's going to hit four -- I don't know if it's ever going to happen, but we'll see. Three is pretty cool.