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Home Runs
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Batting Average
2024 .000
2023 646.54.3 126 39 107 96 14 .307
2022 5373.8 117 35 82 55 12 .269
3y Avg. 535.53.9 112 32 82 73 12 .281
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Playing 2B exclusively this spring

    Betts said Thursday that he expects to play second base exclusively this spring, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports. Betts even joked that he didn't bring his right fielder's glove to spring training. While the 31-year-old undoubtedly could return to right field if a need arises there, this emphasizes the point that the Dodgers are committed to Betts as a full-time second baseman. Betts made 62 starts at the keystone in 2023, more than doubling his career total coming into the year.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Staying at leadoff spot in 2024

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts announced Feb. 3 at the team's Fan Fest event that Betts will remain the team's leadoff hitter in 2024, Alden Gonzalez of reports. Roberts' announcement doesn't come as a major surprise after Betts hit leadoff in all 151 of his starts in 2023 on his way to finishing second in the National League MVP balloting while slashing .307/.408/.579 with 39 home runs, 107 RBI, 126 runs and 14 stolen bases. His run total was good for fourth in baseball last season, and if health prevails, Betts could have a chance at besting his previous career high of 135 runs during the 2024 campaign. He'll be batting in front of Freddie Freeman and free-agent pickup Shohei Ohtani (elbow), whom Roberts confirmed would hit second and third, respectively. Freeman had already hit regularly out of the two hole in 2023, while Ohtani should represent an upgrade in the No. 3 spot over catcher Will Smith, who made 88 starts out of that lineup spot last season. In addition to the arrival of Ohtani, Betts' fantasy appeal should also get a boost by virtue of having eligibility at both outfield and second base, something he didn't have in most fantasy leagues to begin the 2023 season. Roberts previously said earlier in the offseason that Betts will be a full-time second baseman in 2024 after moving between both the infield and outfield last season.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Will be everyday second baseman

    Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Monday in an interview on MLB Network that Betts will be the team's everyday second baseman in 2024. The Dodgers had confirmed previously that Betts was going to play extensively at the keystone again during the upcoming season, but Roberts' statement Monday was more definitive in that second base will be the 31-year-old's regular spot in the field. Betts made 107 appearances in right field and 70 appearances at second base in 2023, in addition to 16 appearances at shortstop. Though Roberts indicated that Betts will still see the occasional start in right field versus left-handed pitching, he looks like he'll mostly be on the dirt moving forward. Jason Heyward is slated to draw most of the starts in right field when the Dodgers face righties.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Will continue to see starts at 2B

    Dodgers general manager Brandon Gomes said Wednesday that Betts will play a lot of second base next year, Bill Plunkett of The Orange County Register reports. Betts made 62 starts at second base in 2023 and showed well, so the Dodgers are comfortable making that a regular thing moving forward. Gomes also noted within the same conversation Wednesday that Miguel Vargas and Michael Busch might have to transition to the corner outfield in order to carve out significant playing time at the MLB level.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: On bench for nightcap

    Betts is not in the lineup for the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader at Colorado. Betts will grab a breather after going 2-for-5 with two singles and a stolen base in the early tilt at Coors Field. Kolten Wong is covering second base for the Dodgers in the nightcap as Enrique Hernandez patrols right field.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Makes history with two RBI

    Betts went 2-for-3 with two doubles, two walks, two runs and two RBI in a 7-0 win over the Giants on Saturday. When Betts doubled in a pair of runs in the seventh inning, it gave him 105 RBI on the campaign, establishing a new single-season MLB record for runs batted in by a leadoff hitter. The previous mark was held by Charlie Blackmon, who knocked in 103 runs with the Rockies in 2017. Betts is enjoying an MVP-caliber campaign for the NL West champion Dodgers, complementing the RBI mark with a .309/.411/.593 slash line along with a career-high 39 homers, 40 doubles, 125 runs and 13 stolen bases.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Tallies three hits

    Betts went 3-for-5 with a run scored in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Tigers. Betts had gone 3-for-18 over his previous five games, though he added five walks and two stolen bases in that span. After being hampered by a foot injury earlier in the month, Betts is now 12-for-49 (.245) through 14 contests in September. He's still slashing an impressive .311/.410/.596 with 39 home runs, 103 RBI, 123 runs scored and 13 stolen bases through 141 games overall.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Gets off day

    Betts is out of the lineup Sunday versus the Mariners. Betts will get the day off after the Dodgers clinched the division Saturday. This will be just the seventh game the 30-year-old does not play in if he does not come off the bench. Kolten Wong will start at second base, and Chris Taylor will hit in the MVP candidate's usual leadoff spot.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Records two steals in loss

    Betts went 1-for-2 with a walk and two stolen bases in Wednesday's 6-1 loss to the Padres. Betts has hit .233 (7-for-30) with nine walks and three steals over 10 games in September. The superstar's 13 steals for the season represent his most in a campaign since he swiped 16 bags in 2019. Betts has added a .312/.412/.607 slash line with 39 home runs, 103 RBI, 120 runs scored, 37 doubles and a triple over 137 contests.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Drives in four

    Betts went 2-for-4 with a home run, a double and four RBI in Monday's 11-8 loss to the Padres. Betts had hit just .182 (4-for-22) with no extra-base hits over his last seven games. He got back on track quickly Monday, blasting a solo shot in the first inning before adding a three-run double in the third. The 30-year-old continues to be productive in a number of ways as the Dodgers' leadoff hitter. He's slashing .313/.411/.611 with 39 homers, 103 RBI, 119 runs scored, 11 stolen bases and 37 doubles through 135 contests.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Rejoins lineup Sunday

    Betts (foot) is starting at second base and batting leadoff Sunday against the Nationals, Kirsten Watson of SportsNet LA reports. Betts hasn't seen the field since Thursday when he fouled a pitch off his left foot, but he'll rejoin the starting nine for Sunday's series finale in Washington. The 30-year-old was off to a slow start to September prior to the injury, having gone 4-for-18 with five walks, a stolen base, an RBI, two runs and six strikeouts in six games.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Sitting as expected

    Betts (foot) isn't in the Dodgers' lineup Saturday against Washington, David Vassegh of AM 570 LA Sports reports. After fouling a ball off his left foot Thursday against Miami, Betts will likely be out for the duration of Los Angeles' series against the Nationals. Kolten Wong will man second base Saturday while Betts recovers, and Jason Heyward will start in right field.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Imaging scans clean on foot

    CT scans and an MRI taken Friday on Betts' left foot showed no structural damage, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports. Betts fouled a ball off his foot Thursday and is expected to be held out of the Dodgers' entire weekend series at Washington, but he has just a bone bruise and has avoided a more serious injury. He could return as early as Monday's series opener against the Padres. The 30-year-old NL MVP candidate was slashing .423/.500/.754 with 11 homers, 31 RBI, four steals and 37 runs scored over his last 34 games prior to this absence.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Likely out through weekend

    Betts (foot) was sent for a CT scan Friday and will likely miss the Dodgers' weekend series against the Nationals, Matthew Moreno of reports. Betts was seen leaving the stadium on crutches after he fouled a ball off his left foot Thursday in Miami. The hope is that he can avoid the injured list and return to action Monday versus the Padres. An initial round of X-rays showed no fractures.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Suffers foot injury

    Betts exited Thursday's game against the Marlins with a foot injury, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports. Betts fouled a ball off his foot and initially remained in the game. Once the result was in hand, Betts exited in the eighth frame and was seen leaving the stadium on crutches. X-rays came back negative, so it's possible that he makes a quick return to the lineup.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Tallies three hits

    Betts went 3-for-4 with one RBI in Sunday's 3-1 win over Atlanta. Betts finished the four-game series between the National League's top two teams on a high note. He went a solid 5-for-15 with two home runs and five RBI over the series, picking up right where he left off after an impressive August. The 30-year-old is now at a .316/.410/.615 slash line with 38 homers, 99 RBI, 10 stolen bases and 117 runs scored through 130 games.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Ends historic month with two homers

    Betts went 2-for-4 with two home runs, a walk, three runs and four RBI in a loss to Atlanta on Thursday. Betts and Ronald Acuna are arguably the frontrunners for the NL MVP award at the moment, and both players strengthened their case Thursday. Acuna stole the show early with a second-inning grand slam, while Betts helped the Dodgers mount a valiant comeback with a pair of home runs and four RBI. Betts' solo shot in the seventh inning gave him 51 hits in August, the most knocks by any player in one calendar month in LA Dodgers history. The slugger put together video-game numbers during August, posting a .455/.516/.839 slash line, 11 long balls, 10 doubles, 30 RBI, 35 runs, three thefts and a 1.355 OPS over 29 contests.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Lifts 36th homer

    Betts went 2-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk and an additional run scored in Tuesday's 9-1 win over the Diamondbacks. Betts' 13-game hitting streak ended with an 0-for-4 effort Monday. He got right back on track with his fifth homer and 11th multi-hit effort over his last 15 contests. That prodigious surge has him up to a .314/.406/.612 slash line with 36 homers, 94 RBI, 112 runs scored and 10 stolen bases through 125 games this season.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Three more hits

    Betts went 3-for-6 with a double, an RBI and a run scored in Saturday's 8-5 loss to Boston. Betts extended his hit streak to 12 games with a first-inning double off the Green Monster in Boston, notched a base hit in the sixth and added an RBI single in the eighth. The versatile superstar is hitting an absurd .542 (26-for-48) during the hit streak with three home runs, five doubles, 12 RBI, 14 runs and two steals.
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  • Dodgers' Mookie Betts: Tallies seven hits across twin bill

    Betts went 7-for-8 with a walk, a double, two runs and three RBI over both games of Thursday's doubleheader against Cleveland. The first game of the twin bill was technically a resumption of Wednesday's contest, which was suspended by rain. Betts recorded his second career five-hit performance in that victory, with the other coming back in 2016 with Boston. The All-Star outfielder then added two more base knocks in the nightcap before being removed for a pinch runner in the sixth inning with the Dodgers comfortably ahead. Betts has been scorching at the plate during August, slashing .463/.516/.817 with seven homers, eight doubles, 21 RBI, 24 runs and three stolen bases through 22 games. He's lifted his season average over 30 points to .310 during that span, and with 34 homers, 89 RBI, 105 runs, 10 thefts and standout defense both in the outfield and infield, his name is deservedly coming up in NL MVP discussions.
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