Ohtani came out as a pitcher and was beaten.
But he gave himself the gift of victory with a dazzling blow.
Top play starts.
Ohtani started the game against Oakland, but was shaken sharply in the 4th inning.
He brought himself into danger with a wild pitch at a hit ball, and was hit with two home runs, giving up five runs in an instant.
However, it was Ohtani, the batter, who saved Ohtani, the shaky pitcher.
He started with an infield hit in the 1st inning, followed up with a well-timed double in the 3rd inning, and then ran to 3rd base in the 6th inning while the defense was confused, and even scored.
Now if you just hit a home run, it’s a cycling hit…
The last at-bat in the 8th inning, I hit it!
A ball that stretches! Can you really get over it?
Oh, I was caught in front of the fence.
For the first time in history, a starting pitcher missed the opportunity to achieve a cycling hit, but he gave himself a fourth win of the season by leading the win by one point with his wedge score.
This is the PGA Tour Mexico Open.
The player preparing the shot.
He suddenly curls up and sits down.
What is it? He even shook the camera urgently, and as if an air raid alarm had sounded, other players, caddies, and relay camera staff lay flat.
Turns out, it was because of the sudden appearance of a swarm of bees.
Even if it looks a little ridiculous, it must have been a moment of fear for the players.
It’s been a top play so far.