Of course Yoenis Cespedes hit the first grand slam of the year
Some signs of spring are eternal -- when the weather starts to get warmer, flowers bloom, birds sing and Yoenis Cespedes hits massive home runs.
Thankfully we know we're not trapped in a decades-long Westeros winter because in Lakeland on Tuesday, the grass was green, the birds were out (well, in the form of the Orioles), and Cespedes was mashing. In the bottom of the fourth, he hit a grand slam, putting the Tigers up 11-0:
Detroit would eventually defeat Baltimore 15-2.
Wait, are we sure flowers bloom and birds sing because it's spring, or is all of nature just Cespedes' cheering section?