Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Angels started in the White Sox game on the 29th with two swords, and threw halfway through the sixth inning to take 11 strikeouts and scored his seventh win.
Local 6/29 (Angel Stadium)
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W | 000 | 000 | 010 | 17 A | 200 |
Otani had no runs in three consecutive games on the pitch, and his record this season was 7 wins and 4 losses.
It was a no hit as a batter.
The Angels won 4 to 1.
Great success in June 4 wins by throwing ERA is in the 1-point range and batting average exceeds 30%
As a pitcher, he became a losing pitcher in the Yankees game on the 2nd of this month with 4 goals in 3 innings, but after that he threw in 4 games and won 4 consecutive wins, marking a good result of 4 wins and 1 loss with an ERA of 1.88 this month.
In particular, since the game against the Mariners on the 16th, he has been pitching for the first time in the major leagues for three consecutive games without any goals, and on the pitching on the 29th, he has increased his consecutive no goals to 21 innings, which is his longest in the major leagues.
In terms of the number of strikeouts he took, he took 27 in 24 innings this month, and is ranked 5th in the American League with 101 in total this season.
As a batter, he participated in 26 games this month with a batting average of 30% and 8 home runs, 6 home runs and 17 RBIs, and his monthly batting average exceeded 30% for the first time this season.
In particular, in the match against the Royals on the 21st, he scored 8 RBIs with two three-run home runs, exceeding the 7 RBIs recorded by Hideki Matsui and Tadahito Iguchi, making it the most Japanese player in the major leagues in one game.
Otani was selected as the first monthly MVP = Most Valuable Player in the American League fielder division by hitting 13 home runs a month in June last year.
Last year, in July, he won the monthly MVP for two consecutive months, which led to the award of the season MVP, and I have high expectations for Otani's success in the summer.Keywords: