Ohtani, the ‘home run leader,’ erased Betts’ gap ‘4G OPS 1.468’

The batting performance of Shohei Ohtani (30), who is taking the leadoff after teammate Mookie Betts (32) left due to injury, is rising vertically.
The Los Angeles Dodgers held the last of four away games against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, on the 21st (Korea time).

On the day, the LA Dodgers won the game 5-3 in a combination of pitching and hitting. As a result, the LA Dodgers ended its four-game series with three wins and one loss, achieving satisfactory results.

Ohtani, who led the attack by hitting his 21st home run of the season, and Gavin Stone, who pitched well with two runs and seven strikeouts in 51/3 innings, led the victory.

Notably, Ohtani led the offense by posting one hit, one RBI, one run and two walks from three times at bat, including his 21st homer for this season. He filled Betts’ vacancy perfectly.

As soon as the game started, Ohtani hit a single over the central fence by Ty Black in his first at-bat in the first inning. He is the 21st Archie for this season, which he played in two games.

As a result, Ohtani overtook Marcel Ozuna, who had been tied for the lead in home runs until the previous day, to become the lone lead in home runs in the National League.

Since then, Ohtani has walked in the second inning to get on base, and in the eighth inning when his team was leading 5-2, Ohtani got his second intentional walk of the season. Ohtani then got on base three times in total. 먹튀검증

Ohtani, who showed excellent slugging power and pioneering ability, recorded a batting average of 0.318 with 21 homers, 53 RBIs, 59 runs and 94 hits in 74 games of the season so far, and a 0.391 OPS 1.006 on-base percentage.

As a result, Ohtani recovered to 1.000 OPS for the first time in 20 days since June 1. It fell to 0.948 after the game on the 16th, but has been on a sharp rise recently.

Ohtani flew with a batting average of 0.476 and an on-base percentage of 0.560 OPS 1.750 in five games from the Kansas City Royals on the 17th to this day.

In addition, he led the team’s batting lineup with a batting average of 0.444 and an on-base percentage of 0.524 OPS of 1.468 in four games as a leadoff after Betts left.

Meanwhile, Stone earned his eighth win of the season by allowing two runs in 51/3 innings at Coors Field. Three relief pitchers added hold, and Evan Phillips made the save.

On the other hand, Colorado starter Black won his fifth loss of the season after showing a significant slump with 10 hits and five runs in four innings.

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