Shohei Ohtani, a 'double-duty' player of the Los Angeles Angels, hit his 33rd home run of the season.

Ohtani started as the designated hitter 2nd in the away game against the Major League Baseball Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, USA, and hit a dominant solo homer in the second at-bat in the early 3rd inning, where the team led 2-0.

Seattle left-handed starter Marco Gonzalez's 4th pitch high, 143 km/h), hit the sinker and put the batted ball into the upper right side of the stand.

The batted ball flew 141 meters at a speed of 188 kilometers per hour.

Ohtani, who hit his 33rd home run of the season, widened the gap with 2nd place Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Toronto) by five and established a solo system.

Ohtani set a new record for most home runs in an Asian batter season by hitting the 32nd arch of the season against the Boston Red Sox on the 8th and surpassing Hideki Matsui's 31 home runs in 2004.

Ohtani, who hit 33 home runs in 87 games, is calculated to be able to reach 60 if he continues at this pace.

The match ended with Seattle's 7-3 comeback victory.

Ohtani's season batting average of 0.279, with one hit and one RBI in four at-bats.

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