Is this the power of both pitching and batting? Shohei Ohtani (29, Los Angeles Angels) made up for the loss caused by his own home run with his own home run.
The Los Angeles Angels메이저놀이터 had an away game against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, USA on the 16th (Korean time).
On this day, Ohtani was hit by two consecutive runs by Adam Fraser and Anthony Santander in the second and third innings. It’s already been 4 games in a row and it’s been a home run.
Ohtani also hit the sweeper, his main weapon, on both home runs that day. Ohtani’s sweeper showed great power at the beginning of the season, but lately it’s been getting hit.
However, Ohtani hit Grayson Rodriguez with 3 runs over the right-middle fence in the 4th inning when the match was 4-4. In response, the Los Angeles Angels ran away 7-4.
In other words, Ohtani returned with a 3-run home run to replace the 4 runs he gave away with 2 home runs. It shows the same story as a cartoon in a major league game.
This is a look that only Ohtani, who continues to double as a pitcher, can show. Even in the days when there was no designated hitter, it was difficult to find such an appearance.