Ohtani, 2G consecutive multi-hit & RBI march… Team wins 6-4

Ohtani Shohei (LA Angels) continued multi-hit and RBI streak in two consecutive games. 

Ohtani went 4 at bats, 2 hits and 2 RBIs in a home game against the Houston Astros held at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California on the 9th (hereafter Korean time). His batting average for the season rose from .295 to 3.1. 

Ohtani, who came in as designated hitter number 3, withdrew with a fly to left field in the first at-bat in the first inning, but scored a run with a double in the 1st, 1st and 2nd base chances created by Neto and Ward’s consecutive hits in the 3rd inning, trailing 1-3. In the 5th inning, with a chance to run on third base, he hit a double in the middle right and brought Ward home from third base. In the 7th inning, with no runners out, he withdrew with a fly to left field.  먹튀검증

The game was won by the Angels 6-4. After one out in the second inning, the Angels succeeded in scoring first with Renfro’s mid-month solo arch. Houston, which started a counterattack, succeeded in a 3-1 comeback with consecutive timely hits from Bregman, Alvarez, and Abreu in the third inning. Then, in the bottom of the 3rd inning, the Angels attacked Ohtani and Rendon with a timely hit to return the game to the starting point. 

Both teams traded 1 point each in the 5th inning. Houston took the lead again, 4-3, with leadoff Hensley’s solo arch in the fifth inning. The Angels immediately tied the game. In a chance for 1 out and 3 base, Ohtani hit a double in the middle right to balance 4-4. 

In the 8th inning for the Angels, lead batter Rendon walked out. Renfro was out on a fly to right field, but Drury hit a triple to take the lead again, 5-4. Soon after, Tyce’s center fielder sacrifice fly added one more point.

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