Shohei Otani, his longest hitting streak of 13 and survives the final round, momentum to start pitching in 30th, 9 times until reaching regulation W | Full Account

In the 4th inning, he landed on base with a 177-kilometer right front hit, and stepped on home for the final out.

■ Angels 4-1 Athletics (29th Japan time, Anaheim)

On the 28th (29th Japan time), Angels pitcher Shohei Otani started the game against the Athletics at home as the “3rd designated hitter”. In the 4th inning, he hit the right lead and renewed his longest hitting streak of 13 games. 273 average with 1 hit and 1 run in 4 at bats. The team came from behind to win three straight games.

The beautiful sound of Ohtani’s bat just doesn’t stop. With the score tied 1-1 in the 4th inning, rookie right-hander Martinez laced a low outside angle to lead off in right. It was a hard hit with an impact speed of 109.7 miles (about 176.5 kilometers). He survived with a timely hit to Scythe’s left front from second and third base without dying due to wild pitches.

The first two deaths are Yugoro. In the 5th inning, 2 out, 1st base fell to left, and in the 7th inning, 2 out was a hit. It was the longest 15-game shutout streak of the season.

On the 29th (30th), he will go up to the starting mound for his 15th win of the season against the Athletics. He’s approaching 9 more innings to get to the first big pitching inning. Before the game on this day, he threw 34 balls in the bullpen and made final adjustments.

(Full Account editorial section)

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