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Dodger fans meet Mookie Betts at Raising Cane’s

ALHAMBRA, Calif. (NBC, KYMA/KECY) - One day before the Los Angeles Dodgers open their season against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Dodgers' star shortstop stepped behind the counter at Raising Cane's.

Mookie Betts served up some chicken and drinks at the restaurant in Alhambra.

Even with the first pitch just hours away, Betts took time to meet the fans and sign autographs.

He also took a moment to answer questions about team morale in the face of the Shohei Ohtani situation.

"The morale is great. I mean, he kind of spoke and said his piece and nobody can...that's on him. After that, we have to continue to play ball and get ready for work.

And so that's where my head is at. And today, I mean tomorrow, we have a big game and that's the only thing we can focus on."

Mookie Betts, Dodgers shortstop

Raising Cane's donated $100,000 to Betts' 5050 Foundation.

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