Chisenhall's first career grand slam was the key hit in Saturday night's 5-3 win over the Kansas City Royals "It's a good feeling, probably the best one of my career so far, especially being my first grand slam," Chisenhall said. "It was a big game for us." "Nobody wants to go down but I knew at some point I was going to start hitting the ball," Chisenhall said. "It was their decision. Lonnie Chisenhall kept his head up when he was handed a ticket back to the minor leagues in May. With the win, Cleveland improved to 7-5 this season against the Royals. Kazmir set the tone early on and spun a gem to help guide the Tribe to a 5-3 victory over the Royals at Progressive Field. The left-hander allowed only one single through the first three innings and used three groundouts two courtesy of a double play to avoid any harm after opening the fourth by giving up consecutive base hits to Eric Hosmer and Billy Butler.