‘Otani KKKKKKKKK 1 run + multiple on-base flutter’ However, due to misfortune, the winning pitcher failed, and the team laughed

Shohei Ohtani (29, LA Angels) pitched well as a starting pitcher and played a big role as a hitter. However, unfortunately, he failed to achieve 6 wins in the season due to the misfortune of not receiving support from the other team.

The Los Angeles Angels won 4-2 in the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) home game against the Minnesota Twins at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, USA on the 22nd (Korean time).

Ohtani, who started as a starting pitcher, pitched 2 hits, 3 walks, 1 hit, 9 strikeouts and 1 run (1 earned) in 6 innings. The total number of pitches was 99 (62 strikes). However, it was not a winning pitcher as both teams came down the mound in a 1-1 match. His earned run average also dropped from 3.23 to 3.05. As a hitter, he was placed in the third batting order and succeeded in a multi-on-base game with 1 hit and 1 walk in 3 at-bats. His season batting average was 0.287. OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) 0.899.

The Angels decorated Minnesota and 3 consecutive matches with 2 wins and 1 loss, winning series. After winning 5-4 on the 20th, they lost 2-6 on the 21st. The Angels recorded 25-23 and maintained third place in the American League West. Minnesota went 25-22. The ranking is 1st in the American League Central Division.

Ohtani struggled a bit with a walk early in the game. He allowed a walk to leadoff hitter Gallo in the top of the first inning. However, after inducing Correa with a double hit in front of the shortstop, Kirilov struck out on a swing and ended the inning. In the bottom of the first inning, which immediately followed, Ohtani went to bat. After one out, Trout went on base with a left-handed hit, and Ohtani attacked Lopez’s first pitch and created a heavy hit. However, Renfro and Walsh struck out consecutively and were unable to score the first run.

Ohtani also gave up a walk to the lead batter in the second inning. Even with a 1-2 advantageous ball count, he threw 3 balls in a row against Julien. However, he finished the second inning by striking out Palmer on a swinging miss, Lanark on a shortstop floating ball, and Castro on a swinging strikeout.

In the end, Ohtani allowed a run in the third inning. After holding well until two outs, he threw a walk to Gallo after a 7-pitch game. Correa then hit a double at the right time in the middle of the match, making the score 0-1. Ohtani had a second at-bat at the end of the 3rd inning with 2nd out and 1st base, but withdrew with a ground ball out on 1st base.

From the 4th inning, Ohtani’s pitching started to find stability. After striking out Julien and Palmer with consecutive swing misses, Larnark was flown out to left field. In the bottom of the 4th inning, the Angels turned the game around. After leading hitter Renfro went on base with a right-handed hit, he reached third base when Walsh hit right-handed.

Here , Ashela scored an RBI on a sacrifice fly to center fielder. Ohtani, who threw a hit ball to the follow-up Jeffers, struck out Gallo on three pitches to end the inning.

Ohtani went on base with an automatic intentional 4th pitch in the third at-bat in the bottom of the 5th inning. Leading batter Neto stepped on first base with a walk and succeeded in stealing second base after one out. Trout was out with a straight hit to left field. A situation where 1st base is empty from 2nd base to 2nd base. The next batter is Ohtani. Here, the Minnesota bench ordered an automatic intentional four-ball, avoiding a head-to-head match with Ohtani. The moment when Ohtani’s dignity as a starting pitcher stood out. The follow-up, Renfro, struck out on a swing, and Minnesota’s strategy eventually worked out.메이저사이트

Ohtani, who was on the mound in the 6th inning, finished her game cleanly with “KKK”. Correa, Kirilov, and Julien all struck out.

Eventually, in the bottom of the 7th inning, the balance of the game went over to the Angels. Leading hitter and pinch hitter Matt Ties managed to walk well after a 7-pitch game. Here, Minnesota put in Jorge Lopez instead of starting Pablo Lopez. However, he allowed Neto a double and was driven into a crisis on second and third base. In the end, the next batter, Moniac, hit a timely double with two RBIs splitting the middle right and overturned the game to 3-1. After Trout continued to retreat with a grounder to second base, Ohtani entered the fourth at-bat, but ended up with a grounder to second base.

Minnesota did not back down easily either. A situation where there is no one runner. Kirilov attacked Matt Moore’s first pitch, the fourth pitcher of the Angels, and drew a solo arch that went slightly over the left fence. The moment I lifted it, the ball fell out. Moniac was very sorry.

Then the Angels scored a run in the bottom of the 8th inning and put a wedge in the game. After one out, Ursella went on base with a right-handed hit, then took advantage of the opponent’s error following a stolen base to settle on third base. Here, Tais hit a double at the right time to left field to make it 4-2. In the end, in the ninth inning, the Angels put ‘Closer’ Carlos Estevez on the mound and kept a two-point lead. Successful season 12 save.

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