The title is lost from Otani’s “No No Stop Hit” which became a hot topic in Japan
The title of “no-hitter no-run prevention” has been removed from the triple hit that pitcher Shohei Ohtani of the Angels released on the 15th (Japan time 16th). The Dodgers starting pitcher Tyler Anderson was supposed to throw no hits until one death in the 9th inning, but the record was changed to a single hit due to a pitcher’s misstep in the 7th inning. MLB announced on the 21st (22nd).
Otani’s no-no-blocking hit, which became a hot topic in Japan. However, it became an “ordinary triple”. It was the scene of two deaths in the 7th inning that was recognized as a hit this time. Jared Walsh of the Angels fired a ground ball to the first base line, and Anderson who caught the ball sent a bad ball to the first base.
Patrick O’Neal, who plays live on the local broadcaster Barry Sports West, emphasized Walsh’s turn at bat on his Twitter account, “that would be a hit that beat No No.” He recalled, “It’s not the triple that Otani hit in the ninth inning.”
(Full-Count editorial department)