The Portland Seadogs swept a doubleheader in Trenton and Mookie Betts was right in the middle of both wins, going 6 for 8 with 4 RBI.

The Seadogs won 4-3 and 9-4. That puts the Dogs record at 38-18, first place in their Eastern League division.

Betts, who played centerfield for both games, upped his average to .362 with his 6 hits. He now leads the league in average, runs scored (56) and hits (76). Betts has 6 home runs and 34 RBI.