On the 25th, Shohei Ohtani of the Major League Baseball Dodgers held his fourth actual batting practice since entering camp, preparing for an exhibition game in which he is expected to participate on the 28th, Japan time.

Dodgers player Ohtani, who continues to make adjustments at the camp being held in Glendale, Arizona, held his fourth actual batting practice at the camp on the 25th.

In practice, he first faced pitcher Joe Kelly, a right-handed pitcher who became a hot topic for giving up his uniform number 17 when Otani was transferred, but he missed the seventh pitch from a full count and struck out. did.

His next at-bat against another pitcher was a left fly ball, and in his third at-bat he again missed and struck out.

Otani is expected to play in his first open game on the 27th or 28th Japan time, based on what Coach Roberts has said.

In addition, pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto made light adjustments such as playing catch and practicing defense.

Regarding pitcher Yamamoto's first appearance in an exhibition game, Manager Roberts said on the 28th that the game against the Rangers on 29th Japan time is a good option, and it is expected that the two will make their debuts in February. is.