Angels Otani 3 hits consecutive hits on 11 August 15 at 15:14
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani hit three hits in the Rangers match on the 21st, increasing his consecutive game hit to 11 as the longest.
Angels, the mainstay Tyler Scaggs pitcher, died at the expedition's hotel on the 1st of last month, and the planned match against the Rangers was canceled on 21st in Arlington, Texas. It became a double header.
Otani didn't play in the first game, but in the second game, he played in the third and designated hitters.
In the match against the starting left pitcher, the first bat of the first round was a short goro, but in the second bat of the fourth round, he hit an infield hit to the third, increasing his continuous game hit to 11 of his longest.
Otani hit the center by hitting the bat with the fastball of the out course even at the 6th third bat.
Then, in the 4th batter at the 8th time following 2 points, in the first place out of the 2nd, he faced the third right pitcher, brought the in-course low slider to the light line and hit a timely two-base hit.
The fifth bat at the 11th extension was a left fly, and Otani played three consecutive hits in this game, with three hits and three hits in one hit, raising the batting average to 30%.
In the game, Angels lost goodbye to the Rangers 11 to 2 times 3 times.