Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Dodgers took his third actual batting practice at a training camp in Arizona.

Otani, who is continuing to make adjustments as well as rehabilitating his right elbow, which he underwent surgery for last year, is aiming to have 50 at-bats by the start of the season, and on the 23rd, he will be attending a training camp in Glendale, Arizona, where he will play in a live game format. I went to batting practice.

In his third actual practice in two days, Ohtani faced Paxton, a left-handed pitcher who won seven games for the Red Sox last season and is expected to be in the Dodgers' rotation.

As a result, I missed the fifth pitch, a high fastball, and struck out.

Batting practice on the field was only for one at-bat, but this day was also the first open game held at the Dodgers' camp, and more fans than ever practiced while cheering on Otani. I was watching intently.

On the other hand, pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto, who practiced pitching the day before, made light adjustments by playing catch.

Both Otani and pitcher Yamamoto are expected to play in exhibition games after the beginning of the week.