Major League Baseball Angels player Shohei Ohtani started the final opener against the Dodgers as the designated hitter before the start of the season, and stood at bat in two innings, both of which were foreballs.
Ohtani started the last game of the season against the Dodgers at Angel Stadium on the 28th as the No. 3 designated hitter.
Ohtani hit in four consecutive games in the WBC = World Baseball Classic, and after reaching base on a foreball in the first at-bat of the first inning chasing one run, Rendon followed with a two-base hit by Rendon in the fourth, he took advantage of his quickness to return home from
first base to tie the game.
In the second at-bat of the third inning, he chose a foreball without swinging the bat once, and then substituted and was replaced, and in the last game of the opening game, he had two foreballs.
The Angels won the game, 3-2, and gave momentum for the season opener.
Ohtani's Angels will open the season against the Athletics in their home stadium of Oakland on the 2th.
Ohtani is scheduled to play as an Opening Day pitcher and designated hitter for the second consecutive year.
NHK will broadcast the match on General TV from 13:5 a.m. on Japan time 30, and will also be broadcast simultaneously on NHK Plus.