Not surprisingly, Mike Trout continues to be great at hitting baseballs. The Los Angeles Angels outfielder hammered a game-tying grand slam in the bottom of the eighth inning against the Chicago White Sox on Saturday.
Chris Sale had been cruising until the eighth, and then everything unraveled. With the count 3-2 and the bases loaded, Sale threw a changeup low in the zone, which Trout promptly sent over the fence in left-center field.
The Angels, 33-28, won 6-5 over the 31-32 White Sox. Sale threw 115 pitches and struck out six.
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