It started to rain in Los Angeles. And the one in charge of breaking the pitcher for the Dodgers was Mookie Betts.
The Dodgers outfielder hit a hit that reached 356 feet, covering the distance to his usual position. In this way he avoided the wind that was wreaking havoc on the hits sent to the left of the field.
Mookie only hit the Dodgers’ second home run in the Division Series as Will Smith had hit one in the eighth of the second game.
The Dodgers, who have lost twice without even scoring a run in this series to the Giants, have scored four touchdowns in a game that for the Blues is life or death.
Mookie has four hits so far in the NLDS, closely following Will Smith, who has five, as the top hitters on the team.
In game three he was on the verge of driving the tying run when Brandon Crawford made the play of the night.
Today it was impossible to return his ball to the field.
Before the Seager / Trea and Lux / Bellinger / Taylor combination generated the first two touchdowns after 10 innings without marking a line.