Ohtani, ‘multi-four after shutout’, aren’t you tired of ’60 home run pace’?

Shohei Ohtani (29, LA Angels), who showed off his strength with a multi-home run in the second game after a shutout victory in the first game of the double header, stepped up to the pace of 60 home runs.

The Los Angeles Angels had a double header against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan on the 28th (Korean time).

On this day, Ohtani started as the starting pitcher in the first game and won a shutout with one hit, then hit his 37th and 38th home runs of the season in the second game.

As a hitter, Ohtani recorded a season batting average of 0.298, 38 homers, 80 RBIs, 79 points, 114 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.395 OPS of 1.070.스포츠토토

The Los Angeles Angels have played a total of 103 games so far. As a result, Ohtani’s season home run pace is currently 59.8. In other words, it is a situation where you can hit 60.

Ohtani hit 15 home runs last month, rising to the sole major league home run lead. This month, there are still 8 chances to record a double-digit home run so far.

If Ohtani, who gained momentum with a multi-home run after a shutout win, once again shows the explosive power of last month, hitting 60 home runs is no dream.

After the drug era, it’s very difficult to hit 60 home runs in the major leagues. Aaron Judge (31)’s 62 homers last year was his first 60 in 21 years.

In this situation, it is noteworthy whether Ohtani, who is physically very tough at batting, will be able to announce the birth of a 60-home run hitter for two consecutive years in the major leagues.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.