“10 wins-40 home runs” Ohtani also set up the first golden tower, kisses 10 wins without 5K in 6 innings

Los Angeles Angels Shohei Ohtani made another history in the major leagues by winning 10 wins this season.

Ohtani started in the home game against the San Francisco Giants held at Angel Stadium on the 10th , and allowed 3 hits and 3 walks in 6 innings, and gave up 1 run (no offense). The Angels won 4-1 thanks to Ohtani’s stable pitching and Mike Moustakas’ come-from-behind 3-pointer.

Otani, who won 15 games last year, kissed double-digit wins for the second consecutive year. Otani, who also has 40 home runs, became the first player in Major League history to achieve 10 wins and 40 home runs in a season.

Otani, who recorded 10 wins and 5 losses, lowered his ERA from 3.32 to 3.17 and increased his strikeouts to 165. Otani, who tied for sixth in most wins, fourth in ERA, third in strikeouts and seventh in WHIP (1.06), was the first in both leagues with a batting average of 0.185.

He threw 97 balls and 60 strikes. I threw 37 fastballs, 36 sweaters, 13 cutters, 6 curves, and 5 splitters. His fastball speed was slower than usual. It had a maximum speed of 97.9 miles per hour and an average of 95.5 miles per hour, 1.4 miles below the average this season.

However, he minimized runs and struck out five with a sweep-oriented ball combination and active ground ball inducement.

The first episode went smoothly. He struck out leader Lamont Wade Jr. with a swing and gave up a walk to Tilo Estrada, but beat Wilmer Flores and Jacks Pederson with consecutive outfield fly balls.

However, in the second inning, he showed anxiety about his control and lost a point, and Michael Conporto hit a grounder double over the right fence, and Patrick Bailey walked on base. Catcher Matt Tiz’s second base check ball then fell into the outfield, and Conporto advanced to third base, facing a crisis of one out and runners on first and third base.

When Otani caught Brandon Crawford with a fly ball to center field, the third baseman stepped home. It’s not a loss because it’s a catcher’s mistake. Otani struck out Luis Matos on a swing to prevent further runs.

I was worried in the third inning, but I didn’t give up. Ohtani, who gave up a heavy hit to leader Wade Jr., struck out Estrada on a swing with a splitter, caught Wilmer Flores on a foul fly, and gave Pederson a right-handed hit, leading to 2nd out and 1st and 3rd base. However, he struck out JD Davis with an 84 mph sweeper and ended the inning.

In the 4th episode, I cooked with the first tripartite offense of the day. He threw 6 balls and treated all three batters as fly balls. Also in the fifth inning he disabled three batters. Leading Matos strikes out on an outside sweeper, strikes out Wade Jr. in center field, Estrada lands at second base

Each was treated with a ball.

Ohtani, who allowed a walk after being hit with a foul home run by Flores, who was still trailing 0-1 in the 6th inning, threw the first pitch to Pederson and lost his balance, prompting manager Phil Nevin to hurriedly climb onto the mound.

However, Ohtani had a close match with Pederson until the ball count was 2B2S, and then induced a ground ball from the second baseman with an 84-mile cutter on the 6th pitch and treated it as a double stroke. He then caught Davis with a ground ball to the third baseman and finished the inning.

Whether Ohtani’s good pitch would lose its luster, fellow batters turned the tide of the battle by scoring 4 runs at the bottom of the 6th inning, giving Ohtani the requirement to be a winning pitcher. Leading pitcher Luis Renhipo hit a double in the middle of the month and knocked out San Francisco pitcher Sean Manea, who was fighting hard.

With the pitcher changed to Tristan Beck, Ohtani got the intentional 4th pitch and got 1st and 2nd base safely. Following this, Brandon Drury hit with a left-handed hit to bring Renhipo home, and the chance continued with the second and third bases safely due to an error by the opponent’s left fielder.

Then, Mike Moustakas pulled Beck’s sweeper in the middle of the 83 mph and connected it with a 3-run homer that went over the right fence to lead the game to 4-1.

The Angels changed the mound from Ohtani to Jose Soriano in the top of the 7th inning.

The Angels continued their 3-point lead by posting Soriano in the 7th inning and Matt Moore in the 8th inning, and then Carlos Esteves, who finished the game in the 9th, blocked it with no runs amidst the uncertainty of sending out two runners.

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