“It’s strange, why are there so many walks…” Frustrated Ohtani, even with an ERA of 0.47, he’s hunting for the first time, ’tilt over’

Los Angeles Angels Shohei Ohtani (29) won 2 wins in the opening 3 games and has an average ERA of 0.47, demonstrating his power, but he was not satisfied. It was because of the walk. 

On the 12th (Korean time), Ohtani started in the 2023 MLB home game against the Washington Nationals at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, USA, and led the Angels to a 2-0 victory with a good pitching of 7 innings, 1 hit, 5 walks, 1 walk, 6 strikeouts, and no runs. .  토스카지노

With a sweeper that curves sharply with a fastball of up to 98.7 miles (158.8 km), he played a one-hit, zero-run game. He won his second win of the season and lowered his earned run average from 0.75 to 0.47. He allowed one run while striking out 24 in 19 innings. 

However, Ohtani was not satisfied either. According to local media such as ‘MLB.com’, Ohtani said after the game, “The results look good, but there are not many three-way innings. I think the walks are the only problem. A little strange. He felt frustrated when he threw from the bullpen, so I didn’t think he would walk like this.” 

On this day, Ohtani had 6 walks with 5 walks and 1 hit ball. On the 6th, he won his first win against the Seattle Mariners with 6 innings and 1 run, but his pitch was shaken with 4 walks and 2 hits. He showed recovery by allowing 6 walks in 2 consecutive games. 

However, Ohtani averaged 96.8 mph (155.8 km) four-seam fastball (16), sweeper (51), sinker (12), cutter (5), slider (4), splitter (3), curveball (51), 1) and showed off his power by mixing and throwing 7 pitches. 

Angels manager Phil Nevin said, “Ohtani added a few balls. Great pitchers are good at making adjustments during games, and Ohtani is one of those players. He always tries to get better. He threw a ball he hadn’t seen before.” He is constantly adjusting the speed and movement of his fastball and slider. 

Meanwhile, Ohtani, who threw 111 pitches against Seattle on the 6th, was replaced after throwing 92 pitches that day. Manager Nevin said, “Ohtani had a lot of activity in the offseason. He will let him rest for the game tomorrow (13th).”

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