“At first I didn’t mesh, but I got on the rhythm.”
■ Giants 9-3 Angels (Anaheim, 24th Japan time)
Angels pitcher Shohei Ohtani participated in the game against the Giants on the 23rd (24th Japan time) as “No. 2 pitcher”. In the 6th inning, 9 strikeouts, 6 hits and 1 run, he made a lot of effort, but he couldn’t win or lose. It was the fourth win of the season and 50 wins in Japan and the United States. The batting average was .265 with 3 at bats, no hits and 2 strikeouts. The match was lost after 13 total wars. Director Joe Maddon praised the pitch as “again, a very good performance.”
He played a pitcher match with the starting pitcher Gaussman, who has won eight wins this season, and pitched no goals up to four times. From the 1st death in the 5th inning, Yastomlesky took the first right-handed solo, but on the 1st and 2nd bases, Belt and Crawford were struck out in a row. The fastest of the four seams is 99.2 miles. 105 balls (65 strikes) was the most this season.
The commander said, “It was really good. At first, I didn’t mesh a little, but after that, I got on the rhythm and continued to improve.” “I was hit by Yastrzemski, but it was a great performance again, and I had a chance to win. The pitchers were great,” he said.
He pitched 11 games this season and has an earned run average of 2.58. The commander praised the sense of stability that he achieved a quality start (QS) for two consecutive games following the Tigers game on the 17th (18th), which was one goal in six innings with less than two goals in all four games this month. ..
(Full-Count editorial department)