In bridge, a "grand slam" means taking 13 tricks (out of a possible 13). A "small slam" means taking 12 tricks (all but one).
In baseball, a grand slam means a four-run homer (that clears the bases). Is there such a term as "small slam" (or other term) for a three-run homer (other than "three run homer" itself)?
In tennis, a "Grand Slam" refers to winning all four major events (Wimbleton, plus the Australian, French and U.S. Opens)? Would a "small slam" refer to "three out of four?"
How about in other sports?