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Can you even lift? Mookie has fun at Adames’ expense

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For an extended moment on Tuesday, the house faithful at American Family Field thought that Willy Adames had given the Brewers a late lead on the Dodgers. Predicated on his reaction, Adames believed he previously, too.

Unfortunately for both parties, the long fly ball Adames hit was caught, without much fanfare, by Mookie Betts, who, on his in the past to the dugout, provided some light ribbing.

Because the two players crossed paths in the infield, Betts gestured for Adames to accomplish even more weightlifting. Adames, ever the nice sport, mimed several bicep curls before appearing to inform Betts that regardless of the outcome, he had thought he’d gotten everything. A good point, due to the fact the two-run homer Adames hit in the initial inning, to a deeper section of right-center field, had cleared the fence with a lesser exit velocity and shorter hang time.

While a house run may have shortened the evening for both clubs — the 3-3 tie organized into extra innings, before Brewers won it on Victor Caratini’s walk-off single in the 11th — in addition, it could have cost both opponents a bonding moment. It is the little things, right?

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