Los Angeles Dodgers boxing player, Mookie Betts, hit three home runs in the first five innings on Thursday night, giving him a six-in-three record in his career. The only other players in MLB history to have six-match-three are Sammy Sosa and Johnny Mize.
Betts, who signed a 12-year, $ 365 million contract extension just before the start of this shortened season, started with a two-leg home run facing a quick ball in the outside corner. of San Diego Padres phenom Chris Paddack in the second half game at Dodger Stadium. He added a solo hit on the 0-2 kill from Luis Perdomo in the fourth half and another two on the 3-1 double from Perdomo in the fifth half, lifting his slashes. 310 / .372 / .690.
According to research from ESPN Stats & Information, Thursday marks the third time Betts has achieved three home serves in the first five innings of a game, the most such appearances in baseball history. , according to research from ESPN Stats & Information. Sosa scored his sixth career record in the 2,354th match of his career. Mize finished in his 1,884 match. Betts finished his feat on his 813th.
Betts, who was pitched in the first inning, achieved a single on the pitch in the seventh inning, leaving him 4 for 4 on the night.