Shohei Ohtani (27), who started as a pitcher for the 4th “Real Dual Wield” No. 2 this season. When the ball floated higher from the first rise and gave a walk to the leading batter, Ramirez (29), the top guardian of the RBI league, took the first two runs.
Behind the scenes, when allies quickly caught up with the tie, No. 1 Ward (28) won the second inning with a full-base home run. Otani, who received a large amount of support, collected the ball low in the third inning, kept the Guardians’ batting line to zero, and corrected the pitching during the match.
In the 4th inning, the ball was changed from a fastball to a straight, and all 3 outs were straight. Even in the 5th inning, the ball speed did not drop. Otani spent the number of balls in the early stages, got 86 balls in the 5th inning, and got the right of the winning pitcher and got off the board. He had 5 hits, 4 strikeouts, 1 strikeout and 2 runs.
The batter, Otani, had fallen to the infield grounder in two at-bats, but he caught a straight in the third at-bat in the bottom of the fourth inning and hit in front of the center for two consecutive games.
A timely two-base light-over slider for Allen (24), the third left arm, in the 4th at-bat with 1 death and 3rd base in the 6th inning when he entered the 2nd DH with the “Otani rule”. In the 12th game of Angel Stadium, he marked his first RBI at home and a multi-hit for the first time in 3 games.
In the 5th at bat in the 8th inning, he made a hit in front of the light while his bat was broken by Allen’s slider, making it his first 3 hits this season. He has a batting average of .238 with 3 hits and 1 RBI in 5 at bats. Throwing led the team to four consecutive victories, the second win of the season.