On June 15, the day before the start, he hit his 21st home run of the season against the Texas Rangers. On June 16, against Texas, he started as a starting pitcher and pitched 6 innings, allowing 2 runs, and hit his 22nd home run. Two days later, he resumed his home run production, hitting home runs in the 23rd and 24th against the Kansas City Royals on the 18th and 19th. He is the sole leader in home runs (24) and runs batted in (58) in the major leagues, and has a 15-game hitting streak.메이저사이트
After seeing Shohei Ohtani (29), an American media outlet called it ‘unrealistic’. It is an unrealistic performance possible because Ohtani is going on a path that no one has tried in modern baseball.
Again, another home run.
Season 24 was a come-from-behind final home run. Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels hit a two-run home run in the top of the 5th inning against Kansas City on the 19th (hereinafter Korean time), with the team trailing 1-2. Second base unscathed, opposing pitcher Jack Greinke (40), who won 224 victories in his career.
In the full count, Greinke hit the curve that dropped to the lower course and crossed the fence in the middle right. He could intuit a home run the moment he hit.
Ohtani was 4 hits in 19 at-bats without a home run against Greinke before the game. On this day, the second baseman grounded in the first inning and struck out in the third. He got his first home run off Greinke in 21 at-bats.
His batted ball speed was 188 4km, the fastest this season. The flying distance was 128 6m. He struck out two and grounded to second base in his other three at-bats.
No. 2 – When Ohtani, the designated hitter, changed the flow to ‘one shot’, Mike Trout stepped up. Soon after, he hit a one-run home run in the left middle wall. Ohtani and Trout hit back-to-back homers, and the Los Angeles Angels won 5-2.
Ohtani has six homers and 12 RBIs in his last seven games.
Ohtani hit his 150th major league career home run in the top of the 7th inning against Kansas City on the 18th. He reached the milestone in 6 seasons and 637 games, excluding games in which he only pitched. It is said to be the fastest by a Los Angeles Angels player to reach 150 home runs, and the third fastest in major league history.
Willie Mays (611 games) and Jose Canseco (630 games) are the only players who hit 150 home runs faster than Ohtani. He reached the 150 home run mark 9 games faster than Alex Rodriguez (646 games).
In an interview after the game on the 19th, he said, “I’m happy with the good results. I hit my 151st home run in my career, and I’ll accumulate one by one.”