Angels Shohei Otani Double header full participation 2 hits 1 stolen August 26 12:54
On the 25th, Shohei Otani of the big league league angels played two full-time double header games with Astros, hitting two hits in the second game and also stealing bases.
The three consecutive battles with the Astros in Houston, which started the day before, were rushed ahead of the match on the 26th due to the hurricane approaching the southern United States, and the double header was held on the 25th.
The double header of this season has a special rule of up to 7 times in both games, and Otani started in the first game with No. 5 and a designated batter, with the first bat at strikeout and the second at bat. The ball and the third bat were first goro, and there were no two hits in this game.
The Angels lost 3 to 6. In the second match, which started next time, he started as No. 4 with a designated hitter and played both double headers for the first time in the major league.
The first bat at one time fell to the left fly with one out and the first base and the second base, but the second bat at three times struck a ball close to the head and hit an infield hit to the third to get a base and this season. I also marked the third base.
The 5th third bat at the foreground ball and the 6th 4th bat at the no-out first-base, second-base chance were hit by a missed strike-out, and Angel Madd's Joe Maddon protested against the strike of the ball referee and was sent off. It was
In the 7th inning, the 5th at bat started from 1 out 2nd and 3rd base, hitting a two-base hit to the right to replace two runners, and in the second game, 4 hits, 2 hits, 2 RBI, 1 stolen base, and batting average was 10 minutes 8 minutes 3 minutes.
The Angels won 12-5 and stopped their streak at 3.