First, Betts showed off his arm with an incredible throw from the right-field corner that gunned out a runner at third base.
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Later, he drilled his first home run in Dodger blue.
As if Sox fans needed more reasons to miss the 2018 American League MVP and World Series champion.
Betts signed a 12-year contract extension worth nearly $400 million with the Dodgers on July 22. It's safe to say there will be plenty more highlight-reel plays like the ones above over the course of his career in L.A.
Mookie Betts hits first Dodgers home run, guns out runner with incredible throw originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston