Shohei Ohtani is Replaced After Striking Out on Two At-Bats

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700 Million Dollar Man’ Shohei Ohtani is Replaced After Striking Out on Two Consecutive At-Bats

‘700 Million Dollar Man’ Shohei Ohtani (Dodgers) failed to produce a hit and struck out two and was replaced.

Ohtani started as the number 2 designated hitter in the 2024 American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB) Seoul Series warm-up game against the Kiwoom Heroes held at Gocheok Sky Dome in Guro-gu, Seoul on the 17th, and only hit 0 in 2 at-bats. 온라인카지노

Ohtani is the best superstar in Major League Baseball.

At the end of last year, he received the highest treatment in North American professional sports, worth a total of 700 million dollars (about 932.4 billion won) over a 10-year contract period, and wore a Dodgers uniform.

Ohtani took his first at-bat of the day in the top of the first inning with one out and no runner on base.

Kiwoom foreign pitcher Ariel Jurado was standing on the mound.

When Furado played in the United States, he faced Ohtani several times, and showed an advantage of 4 hits in 22 at-bats (batting average of 0.182) and 2 RBIs.

In the match at Gocheok Dome, Hurado defeated Ohtani.

In the first inning, with a ball count of 2 balls and 2 strikes, Shohei Ohtani missed a 148 km/h sinker on Jurado’s fifth pitch and struck out.

The fans who greeted Ohtani with loud cheers when he appeared let out a sigh of disappointment when he struck out and retired.

Ohtani struck out in the second inning with one out and runners on first and third base.

He missed the bat again with a 147 km/h fastball with a ball count of 1 ball and 2 strikes.

Ohtani, who swung the bat so hard that his helmet came off and struck out, entered the first base dugout with a dejected expression on his face.

Although the refreshing batted ball that was expected did not come out, Korean baseball fans who visited Gocheok Dome cheered at Ohtani’s every move.

Meanwhile, it has been 12 years since Otani visited Korea since the World Youth Baseball Championship (Seoul Mokdong Stadium), which he participated in in 2012 while he was a student at Hanamaki Higashi High School in Japan.

Over the past 12 years, ‘Japanese baseball prospect’ Ohtani has stood tall as ‘the world’s best player’.

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