Another collapse of Otani and Angels 10-game winning percentage of 20 percent humiliation
Los Angeles Angels and Otani Shohei (28) collapsed again.
The Angels and the Kansas City Royals (hereinafter referred to as the Royals) faced off at Kaufman Stadium in Missouri on the morning of the 26th (Korea Standard Time). Many local fans drew attention when the match between the 4th place in the middle of the American League and the 4th place in the west was held.
Is it because Otani’s bat was too quiet? The Angels failed to score a single goal on the day. Until the fifth inning, the two teams faced each other fiercely 0-0, but the balance began to collapse from the end of the sixth inning.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, Emmanuel Rivera (26) and Nick Prato (23) succeeded in getting on base in a row, and Michael A. Taylor (31) scored the first run by making a heavy hit in the first and second base runners’ chances.
After that, the Angels’ defense began to collapse rapidly. In the bottom of the seventh inning, Ryan Tepera (34, Angels) wild pitch and Michael Stefanik (26)’s fielder selection error allowed additional runs. Taylor, who didn’t miss the bases-loaded chance, hit a two-run timely hit, widening the gap to 5-0.
The Royals’ momentum has not been extinguished. MJ Melendez (23, Royals) secured the victory with a two-run shot in the bottom of the eighth inning. In the top of the ninth inning, Gerrard Walsh (28) hit a double and Luis Renhipo (25) walked on base, but later failed to turn the tables with a double and strikeout.
Shohei Ohtani, who started as the Angels’ No. 1 hitter, also showed disappointment. He also aimed for a chance to score with a double in the top of the third inning, but failed to score with a rookie strikeout in the top of the first inning, a ground ball with a full base chance in the top of the fifth inning, and a fly ball in the top of the eighth inning. He went 1-for-4 with one strikeout 코인파워볼추천
With this game, the Royals have 39 wins, 57 losses, and three consecutive wins, with a winning rate of 50% in the last 10 games. The Angels, on the other hand, are 40-56 with a .20 percent winning rate in the last 10 games