Shohei Ohtani (29) of the Los Angeles Dodgers contributed to his team’s landslide victory by scoring a home run in five games. At a home game against the Texas Rangers held at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California on Sunday, Ohtani hit one hit, two RBIs, two walks, one stolen base, and three runs from two times at bat, including his 16th two-run homer of the season.

Ohtani, who got on base with a walk after picking up a six-ball changeup after the full count game at the first at-bat in the first inning, immediately stole second base and stole his 15th base of the season. Ohtani, who stepped home on Smith’s home run, then walked and succeeded in multi-baseball even when his team was leading 3-1 with no runners on first base in the third inning.

After striking out swinging and striking out a strikeout in the fourth inning, Ohtani hit a 92.2 mile four-seam with six pitches in the sixth inning with his team leading 7-1 to score a two-run shot over the central fence (9-1). It was a huge homer with 114.2 miles of batting speed and 433 feet of flying distance.

After a video review in the seventh inning, Ohtani, who went out on a hit ball, homered on Vargas’ sacrifice fly and scored his team’s 15th point. Ohtani’s batting average for the season edged up from .310 to .312, and OPS also jumped from .947 to .965.

The game ended in a landslide 2-15 victory for the Dodgers

Meanwhile, as 토토사이트, the game ended with a landslide victory of 2-15 by the Dodgers. Having gained the upper hand by Smith’s three-run shot (No. 10) from the first inning, the Dodgers took the lead early on with Betts’ sweeping double in the bottom of the fourth inning with two outs and the bases loaded (1-6).

The Dodgers, who added one more run with Lux’s timely hit in the fifth inning, widened the gap by starting with Ohtani’s homer in the sixth inning, and Freeman, Teosca, and Hayward shot four home runs in one inning alone (1-14).

The Dodgers added Vargas’ sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh inning to achieve its most score in 15 games this season. With the Texas T-Sun, Duran alone scored two runs with a sacrifice fly in the top of the second inning and a solo shot (No. 2) in the seventh inning, stood out.

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