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Shohei Ohtani (30) of the Los Angeles Dodgers went 4-for-4 with two home runs in one game to lead his team to victory. He leads the major leagues in batting average and home runs.

Ohtani started in the No. 2 spot in the lineup against the Atlanta Braves at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, on June 6 (ET). In his first at-bat, he hit a home run. With the bases loaded and one out, he hit a high curveball from Braves left-hander Max Fried for a two-run homer to center field (his ninth of the season).

Ohtani’s bat didn’t rest. He doubled to left in the third inning and singled to center in the sixth.

In his final at-bat in the eighth inning, 카지노사이트 with his team leading 4-1, he hit a huge home run. With the bases loaded, he hit a fastball from Braves left-hander A.J. Minter for a 141-meter solo home run, his 10th of the season. It was Ohtani’s 10th home run of the season, giving him four consecutive seasons of double-digit home runs in the majors.

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Ohtani’s 10th home run of the season was the second-longest home run hit in the majors this season, behind only Mike Trout’s 473-foot (144-meter) home run for the Los Angeles Angels. “With his two home runs on the day, Ohtani became the first Dodgers player since 1901 to hit 25 or more long balls in the first 35 games of the season,” reported.

The Dodgers defeated the Braves 5-1 on the day, led by Ohtani, who went 4-for-4 with two home runs, three RBIs and two runs scored. On the season, Ohtani is batting .364 (52-for-143) with 10 home runs, 25 RBIs, and seven doubles. 안전놀이터 He leads all of MLB in hits, home runs, slugging percentage (.685), and OPS (1.111 OPS+). He’s proving that the nickname “modern-day Babe Ruth” isn’t an exaggeration.

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