Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels made a full appearance as a designated hitter against the Rangers on the 27th, the day after he pitched as a pitcher, but did not make a hit.
Otani started as a pitcher on the 26th and became the winning pitcher for the first time in about three years. I started in the starting lineup.
The first at bat in the first inning was a no-out second base scene, hitting a low change ball to become a light fly, and the second at bat in the third inning was also a light fly.
The 3rd at bat in the 5th inning was a one-out, 1st and 2nd base chance, but the timing was lost by a changing ball with a low outside angle and the strikeout was missed, and the 4th at bat in the 7th inning was a third goro.
Otani had no hits in 4 at bats, and the hits in consecutive games stopped at 4, and the batting average dropped to 20%, 8 minutes and 6 minutes.
The Angels lost 1 to 6.