Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels played in the 8th inning against the Diamondbacks on the 13th, but fell to a strikeout and the consecutive game hits stopped at "4".

On the 12th, Otani hit the first hit of the season in a pinch hitter and extended the number of consecutive game hits to "4".

On the 13th, he played against Diamondbacks in Phoenix, Arizona, where he was based, and Otani started on the bench for two consecutive games due to the match against the National League, which has no designated hitter system.

Otani played in the lead batter's turn at bat in the 8th inning, leading 8 to 2, but the timing did not match the 6th changing ball after the full count, and he struck out.

After that, Otani was unable to defend the back in the 8th inning, and with no hits in one at bat, the consecutive game hits stopped at "4", and the batting average was 20%, 6 minutes and 9 minutes.

In the match, the Angels won 10-3 and extended their winning streak to "6".