Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Ohtani pitched well in a match against the Athletics on the 9th with no runs in the 6th inning and hit a home run to score his 10th win of the season. achieved a double-digit home run.

Voices praising the great achievement were heard in various places.

Figure skating Yuzuru Hanyu "I will do my best to catch up"

Yuzuru Hanyu, a figure skater who competed on the world stage with him in the same grade, said, "I think you have achieved a feat that is truly unthinkable in this era. Congratulations. I'm really honored to be here. I want you to continue to do your best like Otani-san. I've finally been on the professional stage, so I'll do my best to catch up with Otani-san."

Guidance during the Nippon-Ham era Manager Hideki Kuriyama "Start from here"

Hideki Kuriyama, who was the manager of the professional baseball Nippon Ham era, and now the manager of the Japan national team, said, "I think it's a really great result to start my professional life like walking on a road that no one has walked, but from here on. It's the first step at the start. I believe that he will leave behind something even bigger."

On top of that, he said, "He should be able to grow until he retires. I think he knows it, but he should forget everything and start doing well tomorrow."

In Ginza, Tokyo, newspaper extras are also “Japan’s treasures”

Newspaper extras were distributed in Ginza, Tokyo, and people who received them praised his achievement.

A first-year junior high school boy who traveled with his parents from Hokkaido said, "I've been cheering for Nippon-Ham since I was a player. So, I think that it is a treasure of Japan and a treasure of the world.It is my admiration, so I want you to do your best.

A man in his 30s said, "As a fellow Japanese, I'm very proud. I have the same name as Shohei, but I think Otani is a great person who gives us courage in this kind of world. I want him to play like Otani without hesitation," he said.

A man in his 70s said, "I haven't heard much good news, but the news about Otani is my only hope, and as a Japanese person I'm happy. I want to tell Otani across the sea, 'You're amazing!'" I was talking to