LOS ANGELES – Mookie Betts of the Los Angeles Dodgers put on a sensational display of power as he hit three home runs in a dominant victory over the San Francisco Giants. Betts became the first Dodger since Joc Pederson in 2019 to accomplish this impressive feat.
The outfielder’s extraordinary performance began in the second inning when he crushed a solo home run to left field, giving the Dodgers an early lead. In the fourth inning, Betts took the spotlight once again, blasting another solo home run to extend the team’s lead. He then completed his trio of dingers in the seventh inning with a two-run shot, sealing the Dodgers’ victory.
Betts’ incredible hitting prowess was on full display, showcasing why he is considered one of the game’s premier players. His ability to generate power with his smooth swing and drive in crucial runs makes him an invaluable asset to the Dodgers’ lineup.
With the win, the Dodgers further solidified their position atop the NL West division. Betts’ outstanding performance not only propelled the team to victory but also added to his growing legacy as one of the most dynamic players in the league.