Kershaw surrenders 1st career grand slam in 288th start

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Eric Hartline / USA TODAY Sports

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.