A hurricane slammed into the usually sunny California region of the United States, forcing the Los Angeles Angels to postpone their home game. The return of Shohei Ohtani (29) to the starting rotation was naturally pushed back.
The Los Angeles Angels were originally scheduled to host the Cincinnati Reds at Angels Stadium in Los Angeles, California, USA, on the 22nd.토토사이트
However, the game was postponed due to the recent hurricanes that hit California. The game will now be played as a doubleheader on the 24th.
A view of the California region of the United States following the hurricane.
Ohtani, who is set to return to the starting line-up, has also been rescheduled. He will now start Game 1 of the doubleheader on the 24th against left-hander Andrew Abbott.
Ohtani has made one start since his six innings of scoreless relief against the San Francisco Giants on 10 October. It’s not an injury, it’s a health issue.
It’s more of a fitness issue due to his batting duties. Ohtani started 22 games as a pitcher this season and had 546 plate appearances through 21 days as a hitter.
His stats are more than enough to earn him the unanimous Most Valuable Player (MVP) award. Firstly, as a pitcher, he has pitched 130 2/3 innings in 22 games with a 10-5 record and a 3.17 ERA.
And as a hitter, he’s at the top of his game, batting .306 with 43 home runs, 89 RBIs, 95 runs scored, 140 hits, a .407 slugging percentage and a 1.070 OPS in 123 games.
Now, Ohtani will be making his first start in exactly two weeks after his last 10 days. It will be interesting to see if he can regain his health and gain a foothold to break into the two-run range.