DAD’S SHOULDERS POWER: Mookie Betts’ Wife Brianna Captures Heartwarming Moment as Son Kaj Rides on Dad’s Shoulders

This season, Mookie Betts is off to a great start, and it’s possible that his kids contributed to it. Recently, Mookie’s wife Brianna posted a cute photo of their son Kaj on Instagram, showing him peering over his father’s shoulders.

Perhaps Kaj is trying to calm Betts down by massaging his head following his antics at the plate. Brianna annotated the event with several heart-shaped emojis.

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Together, Mookie and Brianna have two children. On November 6, 2018, they welcomed Kynlee Ivory, their first daughter. Their second child and first son, Kaj Lynn Betts, was born on April 18, 2023.

In a different scenario, Brianna posted a cute video of Kynlee and Kaj having fun together at home.

Brianna's Instagram story

Mookie Betts’ third career five-hit game was shared with Brianna.

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Mookie Betts faced the Washington Nationals at home on Tuesday. Betts played a significant part in the Dodgers’ victory.

To finish off another spectacular hitting performance, he drove in two runs and collected a hit in each of his five plate appearances.

Brianna reposted and emphasized Betts’ most recent Instagram hit.

This marks Betts’ second five-hit outing with the Dodgers and his third overall in his career. Betts scored twice and finished with three singles and two doubles.

With him near the top of every hitting category to begin the season, Betts has really stepped it up. Betts has a.388 batting average, 16 walks, six home runs, and 31 hits.

Brianna's Instagram story

“It’s impossible to overwork yourself,” Betts remarked following the match. “I can’t just say, ‘Oh, I’m going to get a hit,'” That isn’t how the game actually operates. That’s why the added pressure is bad. All we can do is continue to play the game. Kind of all you can do is that.Mookie Betts has assumed a new role in the defensive setup in addition to hitting. He has continued his metamorphosis from previous season and is now a second baseman or shortstop.