100 hitters allowed come-from-behind home runs… Ohtani is in danger of losing despite 7K and 3 runs in 7 innings

 Los Angeles Angels Shohei Ohtani (29) was hit with a come-from-behind home run by a batter with a batting average of 10% and was in danger of losing. 

On the 10th (hereinafter Korean time), Ohtani started in the 2023 major league home game against the Houston Astros held at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, USA, and recorded 6 hits (1 home run), 2 walks, 7 strikeouts and 3 runs in 7 innings. He pitched well with no runs until the 4th inning, but it was regrettable that he allowed 3 runs after hitting 4 hits in a row starting with a home run in the 5th inning. 

Ohtani, who went down with the team trailing 1-3, was on the verge of losing his first game of the season. As the challenge for five wins in two consecutive seasons was frustrated, the average ERA also rose from 2.54 to 2.74. 

Ohtani, who started by striking out Mausirio Dubon in the first inning with a 98-mile (157.7 km) four-seam fastball on a swing, struck out three in the second inning. He induced Jeremy Peña and Corey Jerks to strike out with a swing as his main weapon sweeper. Jerks went to first base with a strike-knot-out wide throw, but he struck out looking Jake Myers with a 97.9-mile (157.6 km) four-seam fastball. 

In the third inning, Alex Bregman got the first hit of the game, but he had to pay the other three batters to induce a ground ball. In the fourth inning, Ohtani, who struck out the lead Jose Abreu on three misses with a sweeper, sent Kyle Tucker out as catcher Chris Oakie interfered, but Pena was grounded out on third base. In the ensuing 2nd out 1st base, Oki made up for the mistake and continued the scoreless march with the 2nd base stealing judge. 

However, in the 5th inning, he was hit with a decisive blow. After giving Myers a walk after one out, he allowed a two-run home run to Martin Maldonado. In the full count match, the sweeper on the 6th ball was driven to the middle, and Maldonado passed it without missing it. Ohtani, who hit a come-from-behind home run from Maldonado, who had a batting average of 10% (.171) prior to the game, recently hit a home run in three consecutive games. 5th home run of the season. 카지노사이트

The next hitter, Dubon, also got a heavy hit, and Bregman’s missed ball became a hit that exceeded the second baseman’s height. In the end, Jordan Alvarez gave up a timely hit in the middle left on the first pitch and conceded an additional run. He ended the inning by grounding the next two batters, but was shaken with 4 hits in a row after a walk in the 5th inning only. 

In the sixth inning, Ohtani struck out Myers on a foul tip with a 98.5 mile (158.5 km) four-seam fastball. He was hit by David Hensley, but ended the inning by inducing Bregman to double play on second base. 

73 strikes and 30 balls for a total of 103 pitches. Thrown 1 sweeper (40), sinker (32), four-seam fastball (26), cutter (3), splitter (1) and one unknown. His four-seam fastball restraint was a maximum of 100.6 miles (161.9 km) and an average of 97 miles (156.1 km). As the Angels’ batting line was also blocked by Houston left-handed starter Framber Valdez with one point, Ohtani also had the requirement of defeat instead of victory. 

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