Los Angeles Angels were imposed on the Texas Rangerswith an outstanding performance by Shohei Othaniwho has finally woken up on offense after a slow start in MLB.
The Japanese showed his best version, hitting a pair of home runs in the Angels’ 9-6 victory over the Rangers.
It was on the first pitch, in the first inning against the pitcher Matt Bushthus giving the advantage to the Angelenos just beginning the duel.
The one who was the Most Valuable Player of the American League last season, flew the fence again in the fifth inning, with which he produced 2 runs.
In the same fifth inning, a total of 5 runs were scored, increasing the lead for the Angels, with home runs by Jared Walsh, Kurt Suzuki, and Jo Adell.
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With his display of power, Ohtani has gone from a .172 batting average to .206, and his OPS rose from .441 to 670, and the Angels are now 4-4.