Chicago prospect hits grand slam 5-for-5 RBIs
Louis Robert (24), one of the next franchise stars of the Chicago White Sox, hit his first solo grand slam.
The White Sox and the Minnesota Twins (hereinafter referred to as the Twins) clashed at Target Field in Minnesota on the morning of the 15th (Korea Standard Time). It was a game that drew attention to which of the two teams, which have recorded five wins and five losses in the last 10 games, will win.
The game was dominated by the White Sox. Jose Abreu (35) and Andrew Vaughan (25, White Sox) scored one RBI each in the top of the first inning, gaining the upper hand in the early momentum.
The Twins sought to turn the tables in the bottom of the second inning with Gio Urshela (30) scoring a goal, but the atmosphere tilted sharply as Robert hit a 122M-range grand slam in the top of the fourth inning.
Robert’s bat didn’t stop. He also scored an additional goal in the top of the sixth inning with a hit across the third base foul line.
The White Sox didn’t lose their focus until the end. Abreu’s sacrifice fly in the top of the seventh inning, Bonn’s solo shot, and Sebi Jabala (28)’s three-run home run in the top of the ninth inning solidified the wedge. The Twins failed to score an additional goal after Kyle Garlick (30)’s solo shot in the bottom of the ninth 코인파워볼
Robert proved why he is considered the next franchise star by hitting three hits and five RBIs in five at-bats with a Jin base hit in the top of the first inning, a grand slam in the top of the fourth inning, a scoring hit in the top of the sixth inning, and a left-handed double in the top of the eighth inning.
Robert signed a six-year, 50m guarantee with the White Sox in 2020 and an extension of up to 88m with a two-year option