It's safe to say Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal had a career day at the plate on Thursday.With his 4-for-4, eight-RBI performance, Grandal tripled his RBI total and doubled his home run total in a 14-4 win over the Brewers. MORE: Ranking the NL uniforms | Why a 154-game schedule makes senseGrandal reached base in all six of his plate appearances, starting the day off with a single followed by two walks. His first RBI didn't even come until the sixth inning when he hit a two-run single off Jeremy Jeffress.  He then hit a three-run homer into the second deck in right field in the eighth inning and then hit another three-run shot in the ninth that barely cleared the left field wall.With the performance, the 26-year-old is now hitting .301/.414/.534 on the year.Yasmani Grandal is the first @Dodgers catcher in history to drive in 8 runs in a single game.— High Heat Stats (@HighHeatStats) May 7, 2015