McKenzie Gives Up Early Grand Slam, White Sox Defeat Indians 7-3

CHICAGO--Triston McKenzie was flawless in the first inning, pitching only 15 times. Then it all came down, starting with three straight walks (four overall) before the White Sox's Tim Anderson connected on a Bases Loaded Grand Slam and that essentially put the game out of reach as the White Sox defeat the Indians 7-3.

Here's the grand slam:

Yu Chang had a RBI single in the fourth inning, driving in two runs. However the scoring ending when Jake Bauers was ruled OUT at third base, ending the inning. Austin Hedges had a solo homer but not before Leury Garcia's RBI Double extended the White Sox's lead.

Indians will look to win the series Sunday Afternoon against the Chicago White Sox. Zach Plesac (RHP, 1-3, 5.81 ERA) will start for Cleveland against Lucas Giolito (RHP, 1-2, 5.68). Coverage begins at 1:05pm with 2:10 First Pitch on Newsradio WTAM 1100AM/106.9FM & iHeartRadio App!