Major League Angels Otani 2 consecutive games no hit August 9th 14:15

Shohei Otani of the Major League League, Angels, played in the No. 4 batter in the Rangers match on the 8th, striking out two strikeouts.

The day before, three strikeout players, Otani, were the No. 4 hitter in the Rangers match against Arlington, Texas on the 8th.

Otani played the starting left pitcher, hitting a fast-ball on the first at-bat at the chance of a two-out second base, and hitting a cut-ball on the second at-bat at four times.

The third pitch at bat, which was replaced by the opponent's pitcher, fell to the first goro, and the fourth at bat, which was 9 times to chase two points, was a light fly.

Otani made four hits with no strikes including two strikeouts and ended up with no hits the day before, reducing his batting average to 10/3 minutes and 2 hits.

In the match, the Angels lost 0 to 2 and lost 2 consecutive games.

Meanwhile, the coach of pitcher Mickey Callaway of the Angels responded to an online interview before this day's game, saying that Otani's right arm injury was ``I threw a lot of balls in a stressful situation, but I felt uncomfortable. No signs of this were seen in advance."

After that, he said, “I would like to put together a plan so that I can recover as a pitcher and maintain my condition. Without a doubt, he has the talent to compete for the Cy Young Award in the near future, so I will try to return to the mound as a starting rotation. I want to do it again."