Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels made a full appearance in the Rangers game as the first designated hitter, but no hits were made.

On the 24th, Otani started in the Rangers game at his home base, Angel Stadium, as the first designated hitter, and in the first at-bat, he struck out a low slider.

In this turn at bat, there was a scene in which the bat he swung during the foul hit his head in a helmet after the swing, showing a surprising gesture.

In the second at bat of the third inning, the first ball hit the tip of the spike on the right foot and became a dead ball, and it seemed a little painful immediately after hitting, but on the first base, I was talking with the opponent's first player with a smile.

The 3rd at bat in the 4th inning was a foreball, and the 4th at bat in the 6th inning was a light fly that was packed by hitting an in-course ball of the first ball. Was 20%, 5 minutes and 6 walks.

The Angels won 5 to 3 and won 3 consecutive victories.

Received a shooting incident at an elementary school in Texas and silently prayed at each ballpark

Following the shooting at an elementary school in Texas on the 24th, a silent prayer was offered at each ballpark in the Major League Baseball game that took place on that day.

At Angel Stadium, players from both teams, including Shohei Ohtani, lined up before the match and silently prayed for about a minute to mourn the victims.