Los Angeles Dodgers star outfielder Mookie Betts had a very unfortunate, painful moment during the fourth inning of Saturday night’s game against the Los Angeles Angels.

Betts was a baserunner at third base, when Max Muncy¬† hit a foul ball down the third base line. The Angels’ Jose Rojas fielded the ball, and quickly tagged Betts — who was trying to return to the base — while being unsure if it was a foul ball.

And the tag was right where you don’t want to be tagged, especially if there’s no cup in place. Betts immediately collapsed in pain.

Betts was able to laugh it off after overcoming the pain, and went on to score one of the Dodgers’ *eight* runs that inning.

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