If their behavior at Wednesday night's Dodgers game in Los Angeles against the San Francisco Giants is any indication, then we're going to say yes. Avid sports fans Ashton, 37, and Mila, 32, had a relaxing night out in the middle of the week, cheering on their home team. The two even shared a giant smooch in front of the crowd -- which an eyewitness tells ET happened when Dodgers center fielder Joc Pederson hit a solo home run to break the tie during the close game, which the Dodgers eventually won -- obviously not caring who saw their sweet PDA.
Leaving baby Wyatt at home, the couple definitely didn't display any diva behavior, according to our eyewitness, happily high-fiving fellow fans, smiling, and laughing with people around them throughout the game. Despite their amazing seats -- two rows behind the Dodgers' home plate -- they received no special treatment or service, getting their own food and drinks together. The two also couldn't keep their hands off one another, with "a lot of kissing and hugging between them" going on during the game.
"They were just having the best time during a really significant winning game against the Dodgers' rivals," the eyewitness says. "They are truly in love and are true blue Dodgers fans for sure."
After the game, Ashton made sure to take care of his wife as usual, taking Mila by the hand and maneuvering her through the crowd while they kept their heads down.
This isn't the first time Mila and Ashton have had some low-key fun at a Dodgers game. In April, the two hilariously photobombed some pals in front of them.