Angels Otani 2 hits with 1 RBI to return to 30% batting on August 20, 15:33
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani hit two hits including the time lease three base in the Rangers game on the 19th, returning the batting average to 30%.
Otani participated in the 3rd and designated hitters in the Rangers match held in Arlington, Texas on the 19th.
The first bat at the first time came out of a catcher's strike and stepped on the home with a subsequent hit. The second batting point was a four-point lead twice, one out-of-field scene, with the sweet start ball of the left pitcher reappearing in the middle left, making use of agility and a timely three-base.
Otani has now extended his consecutive game hits to 10, the highest in the league. The 4th 3rd at-bat was second goro, but the 7th 4th at-bat hit the infield hit from the 3rd person's right pitcher to the 2nd and decided the 11th steal this season. The 9th 5th batter was a foreball, and the 10th extended 6th batter was one out and the chance to win.
In this game, Otani returned to 30% again with 30% and 2% batting in this game with 4 hits and 1 hit. Angels lost goodbye 7 times 8 to 11 times.