Ohtani, ‘the No. 1 batter of the power,’ reoccupies OPS 1 high ground → ‘3 on base + home run’ in formation

Shohei Ohtani (30, Japan) of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) is showing great performance as the No. 1 slugger. To fill the void left by his teammate Mookie Betts, he played as the No. 1 hitter in four consecutive games, and he swung his bat and flew.

Ohtani started in an away game against the Colorado Rockies in the 2024 MLB regular season at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado on Monday (Korea time). He was the first hitter in four consecutive games. He had one hit, one homer, one RBI, one run scored and two walks from three times at bat, helping the Dodgers win 5-3.

He hit a leadoff home run in the top of the first inning. He garnered a solo shot from opponent team’s starting pitcher Ty Block. He swung a 89.3 mph (113.7 kph) sinker into the strike zone, and picked out 88.5 mph sinker (1424.4 kph) in the first pitch and 80 mph (128.8 kph) in the third pitch. When the 4-pitch sinker drove to the center, he swung a homer. He hit his 21st homer of this season. 사설 토토사이트

In the top of the second inning, he walked to the first base. In the top of the fourth inning and the top of the sixth inning, he struck out and hit a fly ball to the center field. In the attack in the top of the eighth inning, which was his last at-bat, he got on base intentionally with four pitches, with two outs and a runner on the second base. He gave his team the first run with a cheerful home run in his first at-bat, and then he added two walks to complete the third base game.

He hit as the first batter in four consecutive games from Tuesday’s game against Colorado. He recorded eight hits, two homers, seven RBIs, six runs scored, three walks, one stolen base, and three strikeouts and two doubles from 18 times at bat. He had four consecutive hits and on-base hits, as well as RBIs, consecutive runs scored, and consecutive long hits. Since taking the mound as the first batter, he has demonstrated his outstanding performance in all weather events.

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