“I hear the sound of Otani” Season 17th gun explosion, 1st over Home Run-NL for 2 consecutive days… LAD 2-3 TEX

Ohtani hit a solo home run as the second designated hitter in Game 2 of the three consecutive home games against the Texas Rangers at Dodger Stadium on the 13th (Korea time).

Entering his first at bat with one out in the bottom of the first inning when his team was tying 0-0, Ohtani stole a solo home run from right-handed starter John Gray. He pulled the slider that fell to the center of the 89.8-mile mark at the sixth full count, and hit the homer well over the central right-handed fence. His 17th homer of the season, which had a shooting angle of 26 degrees, a batting speed of 105.2 miles, and a flying distance of 424 feet, was his 17th.

Ohtani hit a two-run shot in the bottom of the sixth inning at a game against Texas on the previous day, and completely recovered from his slump that lasted for a month by using his cannon for two consecutive days. It was his third homerun in June.

Ohtani tied for second with teammate Teoscar Hernandez in the National League home run category, trailing lead Atlanta Braves Marcel Osuna (18) by one.

Ohtani later failed to add a hit in three at-bats, but he announced that he had fully recovered his batting sense by hitting two strong hits in a row that flew at a speed of more than 100 miles. 스포츠토토사이트

At the second batter’s box, which was hit with no outs and a runner on the first base in the third inning, he pulled a 89.2-mile changeup off Gray’s second pitch from the one ball, and hit a powerful line drive towards right field. The speed of the ball reached 112.5 miles at 15 degrees Celsius. However, right fielder Adolis Garcia jumped and caught it.

Local broadcasters said, “Ohtani sound began to be heard” as the ball stretched out with a cheerful bursting sound.

With two outs in the bottom of the fifth inning when his team was losing 1-3, he swung a 94.1 mile four-seam fastball into the middle of the fourth pitch by Jacob Ratz, the opponent team’s left-hander, to fly to center field. The speed of the hit was 104.4 miles.

Ohtani struck out swinging and striking out at the last batter’s box with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning. With the ball count at 2S, Ohtani swung the bat on the 85.8-mile knuckle curveball of right-hander David Robertson. With the total number of hits, Ohtani posted a batting average of 0.311 (82 hits in 264 times at bat), 17 homers, 44 RBIs, 51 runs scored, on-base percentage of 0.383, slugging percentage of 0.587 and OPS of 0.970.

Ohtani had a walk on base in the bottom of the first inning against the Cincinnati Reds on April 17 and was hit by a left hamstring through a check ball by starting pitcher Brent Suter. However, he regained his condition in June and has clearly shown his upward trajectory. He has had four consecutive hits so far, maintaining his batting average of around .300 that almost collapsed.

Most of all, his strikeout rate has decreased significantly. He had only three strikeouts in five games and 23 at-bats since the game against the New York Yankees on Saturday. On the other hand, he scored four, four hits, and eight runs during the same period, hitting the bottom with an unambitious hit.

In the top of the fifth inning when his team was losing 0-1, the team turned the tables with Corey Seager’s three-run homer to the right-center field with runners on first and second bases with one out. Seager pulled the fastball 95.9 miles off Dodgers starter Walker Buehler’s seventh pitch at full count, well over the fence at right-center. His 14th arch with a shooting angle of 24 degrees, a batting speed of 111 miles and a flying distance of 442 feet.

It was a painful mistake for the Dodgers to miss Marcus Simien’s grounder to the third baseman Cavan Biggio, who had one out and runners on the second base. Biggio, who was recently announced to be released from the Toronto Blue Jays and was wearing a Dodgers uniform on the day, made a mistake upon his transfer, serving as an excuse for his team’s defeat. Biggio is called a “super utility” that allows players to watch third, shortstop, second and outfielders. This is why the Dodgers recruited him.

In the bottom of the ninth inning, with two outs and runners on first and second base, second baseman Will Smith homered and chased it by one point, but first baseman Andy Frazes was out after going around third base to try to get home and kneel down.

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