Game Recaps from the 2017 Winston-Salem Dash season
On July 10, White Sox first-rounder Zack Collins delivered the first walk-off hit of his baseball career, encompassing his time in Little League, high school, the University of Miami and his first full season of pro ball. Here's how the 2016 sixth-overall pick got the opportunity for his heroics.
Tied at four with two outs in the bottom of the 11th, Zack Collins smacked a dramatic walk-off grand slam to lift the Dash to an 8-4, series-clinching victory over the Carolina Mudcats on Monday night at BB&T Ballpark.
Collins, who had never hit a grand slam professionally or a walk-off hit in his playing career, clobbered the first pitch he saw from Mudcats (9-10, 45-42) reliever Frank Lopez (2-3) into the porch in right field. The White Sox seventh-best prospect per MLB Pipeline, Collins also netted a career-high five RBIs in his 3-for-5 effort at the plate.