Shohei Ohtani (LA Angels) rounded out the first half. He had a great final game, but couldn’t get his team the win. Ohtani had to settle for an incredible record.
온라인카지노Ohtani went 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBIs and one run scored in the leadoff spot against the Los Angeles Dodgers on 9 September at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, USA. He finished the game with a .302 batting average and a 1.050 OPS.
Ohtani led off the first inning with a single on a four-seam fastball from Dodgers starter Alex Vecchia. It was his second straight hit. But he was stranded after Renfroe fouled out and Moniak and Adel struck out.
In the top of the third, with his team trailing 0-6 and the bases loaded, Ohtani, batting second, took a fastball from reliever Michael Globe for a triple. But he was stranded at first on a Renfroe grounder and a Moniak grounder to short.Down 0-8 in the top of the sixth, Ohtani led off with a single and was stranded on a fly ball to centre. But in the top of the seventh, down 2-9, he came out firing on all cylinders. He lined a two-seam 84.2 mph slider from Glove over the centre field wall. It was Archie’s 32nd of the season.
Just two hits shy of a cycling hit, Ohtani stepped to the plate in the bottom of the ninth. It was a bases-loaded opportunity. Ohtani took advantage of Brian Hudson’s first-pitch cutter. The ball sailed out of the park, but he had to settle for a sacrifice fly. It was his sixth attempt at a cycling hit of the day, but he came up short.
The Angels fell to 5-10 and finished the first half with a 45-46 record.
According to Matt Birch, a reporter covering the Angels, Ohtani summoned the record after 69 years.
Ohtani batted .302 in the first half with 32 home runs, 71 RBIs, an OPS of 1.050, 15 doubles, and six triples.
Ohtani became the first player since Willie Mays in 1954 to hit 31 or more home runs and six or more triples in the first half. Previously, Babe Ruth did it in 1921 and 1928.