If there were any doubts before, they should no longer exist now.
Shohei Ohtani is the real two stars of Major League Baseball, and he didn̵
On a historic outing with the Los Angeles Angels, Ohtani drove a 101 mph fastball in the opening game with the Chicago White Sox of Anaheim. Then, after the same game, Otani drilled a deep home run on the first court on the set, giving the Angels a 1-0 lead almost immediately.
The ball was shot from the bat at a speed of over 115 mph and moved 450 feet from the plate.
The Night of the Great Valley has historical significance before Homer. The 26-year-old player is the first angel pitcher in the organization’s history to personally hit the game, and in the past 45 years, this is also the third major league baseball pitcher to do so, according to the American League The agency reported. He is also the first pitcher to rank second in the lineup since 1903.
Although this season is less than a week away-the opening day is Thursday-Otani’s home run is the worst-hit game of the season. After throwing a 100.6 mph fastball in the first game, he also maintained a league record.
Angel manager Joe Madden said through the Associated Press before the game: “His career is very good, and his career may be very good.” “So you never want to obstruct greatness.”
Otani left the game after being injured at home
Ohtani was forced to withdraw from the game in the fifth inning after sliding to home plate.
Ohtani passed receiver Max Stassi after the third drop strike, ran back to cover the plate, and Stassi dropped to first. Leury Garcia scored for the White Sox in the process, then Angels second baseman David Fletcher threw at Ohtani to try to knock Jose Abreu out of the game-he played his part in the plate.
However, Abreu slipped into Ohtani and knocked him to the ground-before leaving the field, where he was clearly in pain.
He was replaced by Steve Cishek. The extent of his injury is unclear.
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