Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Dodgers checked his batting form at an indoor batting practice range on the 24th.

Due to future schedules, it is expected that he will not be able to participate in an exhibition game until the 27th, which is the 28th (Japan time) against the White Sox.

On the 24th, Otani practiced using machines at an indoor batting range at a camp held in Glendale, Arizona.

The team had an exhibition game against the Angels, with whom Ohtani played until last season, but Ohtani remained at the Dodgers' camp, repeatedly making swings to catch in-course balls at the batting range, and recording videos he shot on his tablet. I carefully checked the trajectory of the bat.

After checking his batting form, he repeated sprints while applying stress using a wire attached to his waist.

As for Otani's participation in the exhibition game, Coach Roberts has said, ``It will probably be in the middle of the week,'' so it will take place on the 27th, Japan time, when there is usually a home game at the camp site where many of the main players participate. It is expected to begin against the White Sox on the 28th.

In addition, pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto, who has undergone light adjustments such as this catch, is scheduled to pitch in the middle of the week, and the debuts of the two players who are attracting the most attention at this year's Dodgers camp are approaching.