Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels struck out one hit against the Red Sox on the 15th, but after that he struck out three at-bats in a row.
On the 15th, Otani started in the Red Sox game against the opponent's hometown Boston as a second baseman and a designated hitter, and once caught a ball with a high internal angle in the first at bat of no-out first base, that is, the left line. I carried it to and marked a hit for two consecutive games.
Otani aimed for second base with this hit, but because the previous runner stopped at second base, he was caught between first and second bases and was out.
The 2nd at bat in the 3rd inning struck out with a fastball with a high internal angle, the 3rd at bat in the 5th inning struck out with a changing ball with a sharp internal angle, and the 4th at bat in the 8th inning with a fastball over 150km. It was a strikeout.
Otani has 1 hit in 4 at bats in this game, and the batting average remains the same as before the game, 20% 6 minutes 4 hits.
In the match, the Angels lost 0-9, resulting in four consecutive losses.
Red Sox pitcher Hirokazu Sawamura did not pitch in this match.