On The Board
Khris Davis (OAK)
In just his fourth season, he had a 3-homer game for the first time, the last of which was a walk-off grand slam (also the first of his career). He is the second player in MLB history that connects his third homer of the game with the bases loaded to win a contest. Since August of last year, the Oakland Athletics' outfielder has hit more home runs than any other player in the Majors.
Extra: Clayton Kershaw (Los Angeles Dodgers) reached his sixth consecutive start in which he struck out 10+ batters and averaged no more than a walk, which extends his record in the Majors (Modern Era, since 1900). On the season, he registers 88 strikeouts and just 4 free passes to a 22K / BB ratio, which allows him to have the possibility of overcoming the current mark of 11.63 K / BB for a campaign in the Modern Era.