Betts took Chris Paddack deep in the second before doing the same against Luis Perdomo in the fourth and fifth innings. He finished the evening 4-for-4 with three homers, a single, four runs and five RBI. The 2018 American League MVP is now batting .319 with seven homers and 15 RBI.
Betts should have plenty of time to hold the three-homer single-game record all to himself. He's already hit that mark in far fewer games than Mize and Sosa, per ESPN Stats & Info:
The right fielder hit half the Dodgers' home runs on the night, with Corey Seager, Austin Barnes and A.J. Pollock also going yard.
L.A. moved to 13-7 on the year after winning 11-2, splitting a four-game home series with San Diego.