Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels started in the Astros game as the first designated hitter, hitting two hits and marking multiple hits in two consecutive games.

On the 15th, Otani started as the first designated hitter in the Astros match in Anaheim, California.

The first turn at bat in the first round was a hit with the first grounder, and it was a terrible timing with the opponent pitcher who entered the base cover, but since the opponent player did not step on the base, it became an infield hit and marked a hit for 6 consecutive games. did.

The second turn at bat was a 0-0 two-out bases loaded scene, but I couldn't take advantage of the chance by striking out the changing ball of the opponent pitcher.

In the 5th inning at bat, which chased one point, he caught a changing ball in the scene of one-out first base and hit in front of the center. Caught up with the tie.

In the 7th inning, the 4th at bat fell to a fastball over 150km and struck out, and this game was 2 hits in 4 at bats.

Otani marked multiple hits in two consecutive games, with a batting average of 20%, 7 minutes and 1 hit.

In the match, the Angels won 3 to 1 and stopped the losing streak with "2".