Former Red Sox star Mookie Betts provides a record three-hour night for Dodgers – Major League Baseball News.
After a long home run, the crack of the racket and the roar of the ball hit the empty seat. The lights and roars of the false crowd and the artificial cheers became the soundtrack of Chavez Ravine’s storybook night.
His Three-run game:
The most important is Mookie Betts, whose sixth professional three-run game put his name in the history books of Major League Baseball. At the age of 27, the Dodgers outfielder reached a historical record previously shared only by Sammy Sosa and Johnny Mize.
His 2nd game:
It’s the first time since August 2 to hit the lead. This is what Bates said is the most comfortable order of the game. Former AFC MVP started with Padrez’s fastball from Chris Paddack. Side training, began the game.
In the second game, he drove the outdoor Paddeck fastball in another way and made a two-pointer to the right midfielder. In the fourth quarter, he jumped off the high heater of the drain Luis Perdomo, which cleared the fence in the middle left.
Bates said: “I put in a lot of works, I did a lot of work.” “Seeing some success is definitely a breath. But I still have a lot of work to do. This is a long season. We want to win a world. Contest. I am working hard for this.”
Betts is not the only Dodger to go deeper on Thursday. He added an infield single to seventh place to record his first four shots of the season. When Bates returned to the game after the frenzy of the fourth game, a voice was heard on the Dodgers bench asking: “Who is next?”
After around, it turned out to be Bates again.
Initially, after Barnes entered the restricted doubles game, Betts didn’t seem to be fifth. The Dodgers successfully challenged the phone, but the video comment showed that Padres’ second baseman Jurickson Profar did not step on the bag while turning.