‘Wedge Cannon after QS’ Ohtani wins in 5G ‘6 wins + No. 22 cannon’

Beat the drum and play the janggu’ Ohtani Shohei (29, LA Angels) won the victory in only 5 games with his quality start and home run.

The Los Angeles Angels had an away game against the Texas Rangers on the 16th (Korean time) at Globe Life Field located in Arlington, Texas, USA.

Ohtani started as the starting pitcher and the second hitter for the Los Angeles Angels that day. He threw 99 pitches (62 strites) in 6 innings as a starter, giving up 2 runs on 6 hits.

Ohtani then got two walks as a batter, then hit two runs to seal the win in the eighth inning with a 3-2 lead. This is Cannon No. 22, who is tied for the lead in home runs in the major leagues.

In other words, after Ohtani recorded a quality start as a pitcher, he hit two runs that put a wedge in the victory, leading the team to a 5-3 victory.

As a result, Ohtani won his sixth win of the season as a pitcher. This was the first win in five games since the 16th of last month. The season ERA slightly decreased from 3.32 to 3.29.

Ohtani also got two walks and hit a decisive two-run in the eighth inning to lead 3-2. Texas could have gone into overtime had it not been for Onati’s home run.스포츠토토

With this home run, Ohtani recorded a season batting average of 0.301, 22 home runs, an on-base percentage of 0.382 and an OPS of 1.002. This is the major league record for home runs and OPS.

On the other hand, Texas starting pitcher Nathan Eboldi suffered his third loss (9 wins) of the season despite recording a quality start + of 3 runs in 7 innings.

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