The 27-year-old Seattle Seahawks quarterback and 30-year-old singer brought 19-month-old Future, Jr., to the baseball stadium Tuesday, where they rounded the diamond and posed for photos.
The trio looked the happy family in their matching baseball caps, as seen in photos the Los Angeles Dodgers posted to Twitter. "Thanks for stopping by @DangeRussWilson and @ciara! #WeLoveLA," the team wrote.
Ciara shares her son with ex-fiancé Future, whom she split from in 2014. The 32-year-old rapper previously criticized Ciara for allowing Wilson around their son, and the singer sued Future for slander and libel over the comments this month.
Ciara and Wilson have been dating since spring 2015 and celebrated their first Christmas together over the holiday season. The singer recently denied she and the NFL star are engaged after discussing her future with Wilson with Entertainment Tonight in December.
"It's all about time. Everything falls in perfect timing with the way it's supposed to," she said before adding of Future, Jr., "He's amazing. He's walking and talking. He's 18 months going on three years old. He's so tall. He's moving along so well and I'm just so proud."
Ciara last released Jackie in May, which debuted at No. 17 on the Billboard 200 and includes the singles "I Bet" and "Dance Like We're Making Love."