Shohei Ohtani’s No. 26 kicks off … The Yankees, who lost four games in a row, gave up “the best batters” | Full-Count

Yankees starter King got 2 goals, including taking Otani’s solo for the first time

■ Angels 5-3 Yankees (29th Japan time, New York)

Angels pitcher Shohei Ohtani will start in the starting lineup with “No. 2 DH” against the Yankees on the 28th (29th Japan time). He released the first solo No. 26, which is the top tie in both leagues, and played an active part with 1 hit and 1 RBI in 5 at bats. On the other hand, coach Aaron Boone, who suffered four consecutive losses, regretted the first two points and evaluated Otani and other high-ranking hitters as “the best batters.”

In the Yankees, the starting right arm, King, was caught on the rise. From the first death, Otani took the No. 26 first solo to the right wing seat, and Walsh doubled in a timely manner and suddenly scored two goals. After that, he caught up with the tie for a while, but did not overthrow the Angels rescue team and suffered four consecutive losses.

After the match, Boone raised King’s rise as an issue, saying, “I will play against the best batters for the first time. That is one of the reasons. As you can see, there are Otani and Rendon walked. Looked like a regrettable ball. “

(Full-Count editorial department)


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