Showtime: Shohei Ohtani made MLB history on consecutive days

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shōhei ohtani continues to impress baseball Big leagues and not only with pure hits, but also from the mound. the star of the angels he made history in this sport on consecutive days, in the first instance with the wood and then as a starter; both performances meant important victories for the Californians.

Last Tuesday, the Japanese hit a couple of home runs and drove in eight runs against the relief of the Kansas City Royals, while on Wednesday night he changed facets to climb the mound before royalty and with a solid performance, he was able to write his name in the record books.

For Ohtaniit is the third time in his career that he has eight innings pitched in a game of the Big leagues, but it is the first time that he has managed to strike out 13 batters; this being one of his most dominant performances.

Also, the current American League Most Valuable Player became the first player in history to The majors in dispatching a couple of balls, driving in eight runs and the next day exceeding eight innings and prescribing a total of thirteen batters.

On the other hand, the picture you showed Ohtani in the last two days, they demonstrate the resurgence of their performances in the current season. Which has gone from less to more and this has served to keep the Angels in the fight for a position in the postseason.

Ohtani, so far he has played 69 commitments, managing to connect the same number of hits, including 13 doubles, a triple and 15 homers. Additionally, he has driven in a total of 45 runs for a .260 average.

As a pitcher, the Japanese holds a record of (6-4) with 22 earned runs in 68 and a third innings. Not forgetting that he is ten strikeouts away from a new hundred in this line and maintains a respectable 2.90 ERA.

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