Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels participated in the Dodgers game on the 7th as a substitute, but he struck out.

The match was the second of a three-game series in Los Angeles, the home of the Dodgers, a national league without a designated hitter system, and Otani was out of the starting lineup following the previous day.

Otani was appointed as a substitute hitter in the 8th inning with a tie, with a chance of 2 outs, 1st base and 2nd base.

The Angels were behind by two points and lost 3 to 5, and the winning streak stopped at 4.

Darvish 7 times 2 goals good throw wins and loses

Padres' Yu Darvish pitched well with two goals in the seventh inning ahead of the Diamondbacks game, but did not win or lose.

Darvish has been losing four games in a row since winning his seventh win on June 21, and started the Diamondbacks match in his hometown of San Diego on the 7th.

Darvish, who started on the 6th of the middle, was reversed by hitting a two-run home run in the second inning immediately after the team scored one goal, but after that he did not allow additional points and took 12 strikeouts and scored two goals in the seventh inning. I threw it well.

The Padres won 6-2, beating 4 points in the 8th inning.

I didn't win or lose to pitcher Yu Darvish.

Akiyama contributes to victory with 2 hits

Reds player Shogo Akiyama started in the Pirates match at Cincinnati on the 7th at the 8th center and contributed to the team's victory by hitting two hits.

Akiyama hit a hit in front of the left with the first batter in the first at-bat in the third inning, which was preempted by one point, and struck a tie home in the subsequent timely two base.

He also made a pre-left hit in the 8th inning at bat, which was led by the team, marking the 7th multiple hits of the season.

The Reds won 11 to 3 and won four straight games, and Akiyama made a batting average of 20%, 1 minute and 9 at bats with 2 hits in 3 at bats and one walk.