Kershaw surrenders 1st career grand slam in 288th start

Clayton Kershaw crossed another first off his career list Monday, though it's unlikely he'll remember this one fondly.

The Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander surrendered a grand slam to Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Aaron Altherr in the sixth inning. It was the first grand slam the 29-year-old has allowed in his 10-year career, coming in his 288th regular-season start.

Kershaw entered the game holding opposing hitters to a .193/.233/.250 slash line with the bases loaded in 103 career opportunities.

Kershaw surrenders 1st career grand slam in 288th start
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