ML debut ‘2.1 innings 8 runs’ Fujinami, 10 years of confrontation Ohtani hit 159km/h and hit the fence right time

The walls of the major leagues were high.

Shintaro Fujinami (29), a Japanese pitcher for the Oakland Athletics, did not make it beyond the third inning in his major league debut. He started against the Los Angeles Angels at the Oakland Coliseum on the 2nd (Korean time) and recorded 5 hits and 8 runs in 2⅓ innings. He struck out four and gave up three on four walks.

The first and second innings were perfect.

Los Angeles Angels 1st to 6th hitter blocked over 2 innings with a tripartite. 4 out of 6 out counts were caught swinging and striking out.

But in the 3rd, it suddenly collapsed. After letting lead batter No. 7 Luis Renhipo walk, he got a heavy hit, a double in left field, a heavy hit, a walk, and a hit to the left. He recorded his first out count on a sacrifice hit before being substituted after being hit on a 4-pitch, heavy hit. As the batting order turned, the Los Angeles Angels batting line changed dramatically. 바카라사이트

On this day, interest was high as Fujinami and Otani, high school rivals, faced off against each other. Shohei Ohtani (29, LG Angels) won the pitching battle for the first time in 10 years.

Ohtani, who came in as the third-designated hitter, retired with a grounder to first baseman in the first at-bat in the first inning. 2nd at-bat hit with no bases loaded. Fujinami threw a fast ball at 159 km/h. The batted ball stretched out and became a double at the right time hitting the fence in left field. Ohtani then hit a heavy hit at the right time in the 6th inning, 1 company and 2nd base, leading by 10 points.

5 at-bats, 2 hits, 2 RBIs.

The Los Angeles Angels, who scored 11 hits, won 13-1.

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