Betts, with another great grab, shows what Dodgers wanted
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Mookie Betts’ catch that robbed Marcell Ozuna to end the fifth inning with a runner on was spectacular, just like the running, shoestring scoop the Dodgers star made a night earlier that started a double play and took an Atlanta run off the scoreboard. Betts knew what he had accomplished. Head raised and bobbing back and forth, the ball held at his midsection, he took a few gallops toward the plate before throwing the ball in joyfully. Moments like this were what Los Angeles hoped for when it acquired the four-time All-Star and four-time Gold Glove winner from Boston in February.