Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani made a full appearance as a designated hitter in the Athletics match the day after he achieved a "double-digit win, double-digit home run" for the first time in 104 years, and hit.

Otani started as the second designated hitter in the match against the Athletics in Oakland, home of the opponent, on the 10th, the day after he achieved the first feat in 104 years since Babe Ruth.

In the first at-bat of the first inning, he sharply carried a fastball of over 150 km to the front of the left without going against it, and hit the base in three consecutive games.

In the second at-bat of the 4th inning, he hit a powerful fastball without going against it, showing a big hit, but it was a left fly after a short stretch.

In the 3rd at bat in the 6th inning, after becoming a one-out, 2nd base and 3rd base, he struck out because the timing did not match the changing ball, and the 4th at bat in the 8th inning was also whiffed, and he struck out 2 times in a row.

In the game, the Angels took the lead in the 6th inning with a three-run home run by No. 3 Renhifo, but in the 7th inning, the score was tied and the game went into overtime.

Then, in the 11th inning of the tiebreaker, which was 4 to 4, and the 5th turn at bat with no outs on second base, the game was avoided with a declared foreball.

Otani had 1 hit foreball in 4 at bats in this game, and his batting average was 20%, 5 minutes, 6 minutes.

In the game, the Angels won by one point in the 12th extra inning, defending their lead, and winning 5-4.

The Angels have won three straight games since June this year.