Angels Otani missed two games in a row due to poor batting September 16 16:05
Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels has been sluggish with a batting average of 10%, 8 minutes and 9 minutes so far this season, and he missed the game on the 15th as a starting member and missed two games in a row.
On the 15th, Otani was removed from the starting lineup in the Diamondbacks game at his home base and did not have a turn until the end of the game, so he missed two games in a row.
Otani had no at-bats for three games in a row, as he was only a substitute runner in the Rockies game on the 12th, and fell short of the regular at-bats after that day's game.
Otani has participated in 37 games so far this season, with a batting average of 10%, 8 minutes and 9 RBIs, 5 home runs, 20 RBIs, and 7 stolen bases, and the batting average of the American League up to the previous day was 71st out of 72 players. , The slump continued.
Angels coach Joe Maddon said before the match that day, "everyone needs to understand that there will be good players."