White Sox: Danny Mendick hits grand slam in Mondays game vs. Minnesota Twins.
All Mendick needed was one pitch to send the ball of the left field fence and to clear the bases for Chicago. While those were the only runs scored in the 5th, the White Sox went on to score six more runs in the last three frames to bring their lead up to 16-4 on the night!
Getting in Mondays game, Mendick was slashing.267/.405/.367 while recording one house run, 3 runs scored, 5 RBI and eight hits through 14 video games played.
Sure, losing Abreu for a series stung for the White Sox on paper, but they seem doing simply great at the cost of the rival Twins.
In the top of the fifth inning of Mondays video game, the White Sox had actually the bases loaded with a 6-1 lead over the Twins Infielder Danny Mendick stepped up to the plate and struck a grand slam off pitcher Derek Law to extend Chicagos cause 10-1.
Apr 7, 2021; Seattle, Washington, USA; Chicago White Sox shortstop Danny Mendick (20) strikes an RBI-single against the Seattle Mariners during the 6th inning at T-Mobile Park. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
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Chicago White Sox infielder Danny Mendick extended the groups lead over the Minnesota Twins with a grand slam during Mondays video game.
The Chicago White Sox were coming off a memorable end to their series against the Kansas City Royals that ended in walk-off fashion. However entering their three-game set versus the Minnesota Twins, they lacked very first baseman and reigning AL MVP Jose Abreu due to an ankle injury. Even without him, the White Sox still had a lot of power in the batters box.