Ohtani Gachi beyond imagination, No. 33 gun explosion… 2nd and 3rd place

Baseball Genius’ Shohei Ohtani (29) contributed to his team’s escape from the Los Angeles Angels’ 6th straight victory by exploding the first cannon in the second half.

On the 16th (Korean time), Ohtani started as the designated hitter in the 2023 Major League (MLB) Houston Astros game held at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, USA, and recorded 1 hit in 5 at-bats, 1 home run, 1 RBI, and 1 walk. .

Ohtani, who started the first home run in the second half, hit his 33rd home run of the season in two games. With this, Ohtani, who is running at the top of the MLB home run division, widened the gap with Matt Olson (30 home runs, Atlanta Braves) in second place to three.

Batter Ohtani this season has a batting average of 0.302, 33 homers, 72 RBIs, and 11 stolen bases in 91 games, with an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 1.047.

Ohtani failed to capture Houston starter Framber Valdez. He struck out swinging with one out in the first inning, stepped out as the leadoff batter in the third inning, retired with a grounder to second base, then struck out again with two outs in the fifth inning, swinging out again.

In the 7th inning with 1 out, Ohtani faced the changed pitcher, Stanik, but this time, he struck out on a swing.

However, with the next blow, Ohtani fired a valuable shot that signaled the pursuit. Ohtani, who appeared as the leading hitter in the 9th inning when the team was trailing 9-12, pulled up the right-hander Ryan Presley’s 89.2 mile (approximately 143.6 km) outer slider and drew a mid-month solo arch.토토사이트 순위

The Angels, who followed with a two-run lead, drove in four hits after Ohtani’s home run to tie the game 12-12. The Angels, who dragged the game into extra time, seized the chance to finish with Ohtani intentionally reaching base with 4 pitches in the 10th inning with 1 out and 1st and 2nd base.

The Angels won the game 13-12 after Tyler Ward’s follow-up hitter hit a grounder, but Houston shortstop Gree Kesinger committed a throwing error. With this victory, the Angels made a season record of 46 wins and 47 losses, and escaped from a six-game losing streak.

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