Shohei Ohtani, “That is a home run” certified as a sacrifice fly commander in two consecutive races in a few meters | Full-Count

Angels pitcher Shohei Ohtani started in the Mariners game in Tempe, Arizona on the 7th (8th Japan time) with “No. 3 Designated Hitter”. In the second at bat in the third inning, he hit a sacrifice fly with a home run a few meters away, and in the third at bat in the fifth inning, he hit the left front. In the open game, 3 consecutive hits and 2 consecutive RBIs. The batting average was .571, which was a good result.

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“No. 3 Designated Hitter” keeps good performance with 2 at bats, 1 hit, 1 RBI and .571 batting average

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Angels pitcher Shohei Ohtani started in the Mariners game in Tempe, Arizona on the 7th (8th Japan time) with “No. 3 Designated Hitter”. In the second at bat in the third inning, he hit a sacrifice fly with a home run a few meters away, and in the third at bat in the fifth inning, he hit the left front. In the open game, 3 consecutive hits and 2 consecutive RBIs. The batting average was .571, which was a good result.

3rd inning, 1st death, 3rd base, greeted by 1-1. I hit the ball from the 2nd right arm to the back of the center fielder. Unfortunately, he was captured by center fielder Lewis in front of the fence, but he was a sacrifice fly. In the 5th inning at bat against the Rangers on the 3rd (4th of the same day), he shot No. 1 and 2 runs with a maximum length of 468 feet (about 142.6 meters), and in the batter’s appearance, he scored two consecutive RBIs.

Home runs in a little while. When asked by the press, “Did you think you crossed the moment you hit?”, Madon replied, “Of course! I thought it was like the last shot.” “It seems like the left side (on the back screen) flies more than the right side. In most places, I think it’s a home run,” he “certified” as a home run.

In the 5th inning, first base without death, from 4th left arm Fletcher to the left front with a liner. It has been three consecutive hits since his first appearance in the open game as a batter. In the athletics game on the 5th (6th), which was the first pitching of this season, he scored 3 hits and 1 run in 2/3 with a fastball of 100 miles (about 160.9 km) and a split as a weapon. He struck out all 5 outs. There seems to be no doubt that it has made a good start to the dual wield revival.

(Full-Count editorial department)

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