Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels hit the 14th home run this season against the Indians on the 18th.
In three consecutive home runs, he was two behind the top and second-placed players in both leagues.
Otani is doing well with batting, such as holding down one of the best hitters in the major leagues and taking the lead alone through 13 home runs and both leagues.
On the 18th, he started as a second-designated hitter in the match against Indians in Anaheim, California, where he was based, and in the first at-bat, which was 0-5, he hit a fastball that exceeded 150 kilometers. I hit the 14th solo home run this season to the capture center.
Otani was two home runs in three consecutive games, two behind the top and second-placed players in both leagues.
In the second at-bat, which was the first in the 4th inning, he bounced a changing ball with a low outside angle in front of the center and hit the base with two consecutive hits.
After that, the following batter hit a three-run home run, and the team closed by one point.
In the 5th inning, the 3rd at bat on the 2nd out 3rd base came out with a walk on base, but it did not lead to a goal, and the 4th at bat in the 8th inning, which chased 1 point 5 to 6, became a short ground ball.
Otani increased his consecutive game hits to "5" with 2 hits and 1 RBI in 3 at bats, and his batting average rose to 20%, 7 minutes and 1 RBI.
In the match, the Angels lost 5-6.
Otani is planning to play the sixth starting pitcher this season as a pitcher against the Indians on the 19th, aiming for his second win.