Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels made a full appearance in the White Sox game as a designated hitter and hit one hit.

On the 27th, Otani started in the White Sox game at his home base, Angel Stadium, as a third-designated hitter, and the first at-bat in the first round was a missed strikeout due to a change-up.

In his second at-bat three times, he pulled a sweet slider and carried it in front of the light with a low liner, marking his first hit in two games.

In the 5th inning, the 3rd at bat was a strikeout, and in the 7th inning, the 4th at bat was a walk away from the declaration, although the team scored 2 points and reversed to 4 to 3.

From here, Otani succeeded in double stealing with Ward, a second base runner, and expanded his chances with second base and third base, but it did not lead to additional points.

In the Angels, Tepera pitcher eight times and Iglesias pitcher nine times, and the two who were sent off due to the brawl the day before, all managed to escape with three people and won 4 to 3.

Otani had one hit in three at bats, one walk, and one stolen base, with a batting average of 20% and 6 minutes.