Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, 29) regained sole possession of the Major League Baseball (MLB) home run lead with a perfect at-bat.

Ohtani hit his 26th home run of the season in the bottom of the fourth inning in his second at-bat as the Angels’ No. 2 designated hitter against the Chicago White Sox at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, on Sunday (July 27)바카라사이트.

After retiring the first batter he faced in the first inning on a groundout, Ohtani came up to bat with the bases loaded in the bottom of the fourth inning, trailing 1-0. The White Sox started last year’s ace, Dylan Seager. After striking out Ohtani in the first at-bat, Sizemore followed up with a sharp slider on the body in the second. It was right on the edge of the strike zone.

But Ohtani was waiting for it. He scooped it up like a golf ball and sent it sailing over the right-field fence. It was a huge, tiebreaking home run, with a bat speed of 181.9 km/h and a distance of 136 meters.

Ohtani, who leads the American League (AL) in home runs, also took sole possession of the MLB lead with the shot. The Atlanta Braves’ Matt Olson had previously tied Ohtani with his 25th home run of the season on July 26. While the National League’s Olsen has a different award history, Ohtani, who is set to win the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award and hit the free agent jackpot, once again proved his worth by activating the home run gun.

Ohtani’s home run tied the game at 1-1 in the top of the seventh inning.

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