Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels made a full appearance against the Astros on the 20th, but became a no-hitter for two consecutive games.

In the American League home run battle, 2nd place Royals Perez hit No. 46 home run and became the top alongside Blue Jays Guerrero Jr., 2 runs behind 3rd place Otani. I am.

Otani, who pitched for the 10th victory as a pitcher on the 19th, started on the 20th with the 3rd designated hitter in the Astros game held in Anaheim, California.



After falling to the first at bat in the first at bat in the first inning, the second at bat in the 4th inning was a short ground ball, 6 innings chasing 2 points, and the 3rd at bat on the 1st out first base was struck out on a changing ball with a lower out course. I did.



After that, in the 4th at bat in the 8th inning, I caught the changing ball of the first ball and hit a big ball, but I did not make a home run for the first time in 9 games with the center fly.



Otani had no hits in 4 at bats and had no hits in two consecutive games, and his batting average dropped to 20%, 5 minutes and 5 minutes.



Angels lost 0 to 10 and lost 4 consecutive games.

In the American League home run battle, Royals Perez took the lead on the day, alongside Blue Jays Guerrero Jr., by hitting No. 46 for the first time in four games.



Otani has 44 games so far, and the ranking remains unchanged at 3rd place.



The rest of the season is 11 games for Perez and 12 games for Guerrero Jr. and Otani.

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