Mookie Betts wins third consecutive Louisville Silver Slugger
Los Angeles- World Series Champion Mookie Betts has won his fourth Louisville Silver Slugger Award in his career.
This is Betts fourth time winning the Louisville Silver Slugger in his career. In his first year with the Los Angeles Dodgers, he hit 292 (64-for-129) with nine doubles, 16 homers, 10 stolen bases and 39 RBI in 55 games. Betts helped out the Dodgers in the playoffs, hitting 296 (21-for-71) with eight doubles, two homers, six stolen bases and eight RBI.
In an unorthodox season, Betts helped the Dodgers on both sides of the field to eventually become World Series champions.
The Louisville Slugger Silver Slugger Awards are the top offensive honor in Major League Baseball. Coaches and managers of Major League teams vote for the players they feel are the best offensive producers at each position in the field in both the American and National Leagues.