Mookie Betts (31, Los Angeles Dodgers), who has been hitting like a volcano lately and is in the running for Most Valuable Player (MVP) honors, had a stunning 7-for-8 performance in game two of a doubleheader.
The Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the Cleveland Cavaliers in a doubleheader at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 25.
The first game of the doubleheader was played on the 24th. However, due to the rain, the game was suspended for only two innings.
Betts had back-to-back hits in the first and second innings of that game on the 24th, and then had three hits (including a double) in the resumed game on the 25th. Five hits in one game over two days.
Behind Betts’ performance, the Dodgers won the game by a final score of 6-1. Along with Betts, Freddie Freeman had a three-hit game, including a double.
Betts also started at second base in Game 2 and had a multi-hit game and a walk, giving him seven hits and eight RBIs in two games.
The Dodgers continued their recent surge with a 9-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in game two, despite giving up two early runs.토토사이트
Betts, an incredible hitter, had hit .310 with 34 home runs, 89 RBI, 105 runs scored, 145 runs batted in, and a .405 OPS of 1.009 in 120 games on the season up to this point.
That slash line has turned into a triple-double, a quadruple-double, and an OPS in the 1.000s. Given his recent uptick, he should be in a tight race for MVP votes with Ronald Acuña Jr. (26).