Willson Contreras hit his second homer of the season in the first inning on Friday, and it was grand.
Contreras smacked his second career grand slam and the first by a Cubs player this season off White Sox starter Carson Fulmer with one out in the first to open a 5-0 lead.
The Cubs had taken a 1-0 lead on Anthony Rizzo's RBI single. One out later, Kyle Schwarber walked to load the bases, and Contreras followed with the slam, which sailed 393 feet into the basket rimming the outfield wall in left-center.
It was Contreras' first home run since April 24, and it came on his bobblehead day.
Willson Contreras is an extra-base machine lately. That's 5 XBH for him in the last 2 games and we're only in the bottom of the 4th here today.— Cubs Talk (@NBCSCubs) 11 de mayo de 2018
Contreras' bobblehead features him in his catcher's gear, and he showed off his skills in the White Sox third. Tyler Chatwood walked both Matt Davidson and Tim Anderson to open the inning, and on the Cubs' starter's first pitch to pitcher Hector Santiago, Contreras fired to second to pick off Davidson. It was a perfect throw to shortstop Addison Russell, who put the tag on Davidson.