Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Ohtani loses no-hitter team September 27, 14:55

Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels started in two games as a designated hitter against the Dodgers on the 26th, and was a no-hitter with four at bats.

On the 26th, Otani of the Angels, who had only two games left in the regular season, started in the Dodgers game at the opponent's home base for the first time in two games as a designated hitter.

Otani struck out in the first at-bat in the second inning because the timing did not match the change ball, and then left-flyed in the second at-bat in the third inning, and missed the third at-bat in the sixth inning. The fourth at bat was a walk.

In the 9th inning to chase one point, he reached the fifth at bat with 2 outs, 1st base and 3rd base, but was beaten by Pitcher Goro and the Angels lost 6-7.

Otani had no hits in this game with 4 at bats and one walk, and his batting average dropped to 10%, 8 minutes and 8 minutes.

The Angels will face the Dodgers in the final round of the regular season on the 27th.