Shohei Ohtani shines with two home runs and the Dodgers sweep the Atlanta Braves – La Opinion

Shohei Ohtani shines with two home runs and the Dodgers sweep the Atlanta Braves – La Opinion


The Los Angeles Dodgers couldn’t have had a better homecoming. This Sunday they beat the Atlanta Braves 5-1 and swept the three-game series to have the best record in the MLB.

This Sunday he was accompanied by a full Shohei Ohtani, who had 4 hits in 4 at-bats with a couple of home runs included.

This was Ohtani’s first game with two or more home runs in a game with the Dodgers.. In addition, he has three home runs in the last two games and 10 this season.

Shohei Ohtani’s first home run came in the first inning and hit 104.3 miles per hour from 412 feet away.

In the eighth inning, Ohtani again hit a drive that traveled 464 feet with a speed of 110.6 miles per hour.

With these two home runs, Shohei Ohtani tied for the lead in home runs along with Gunnar Henderson, Marcell Ozuna and Mike Trout.

Teoscar Hernández also contributed a home run to the cause and continues to be important in the team’s offense.

The victory went to James Paxton after pitching 6.2 innings. Joe Kelly, Michael Grove and Blake Treinen were responsible for closing out the game. Treinen made his season debut after recovering from an injury.

Shohei Ohtani, offensive leader of the Majors

Shohei Ohtani is having a great offensive season and leads several offensive departments at the beginning of the second month of the campaign.

Currently, Ohtani is a leader in these departments:

Batting average: .364

slugging: 685

OPS: 1,111

Doubles: 14

Hits: 52

The Dodgers have 8 wins and 2 losses in the last 10 games. The team has the best record in the MLB with 23 wins and 13 losses.

The Los Angeles team is 5.5 games ahead of the San Diego Padres.

This Monday a three-game series will begin in the Dodger Stadium against the Miami Marlins.

Then, they will face each other in a series of three games against the San Diego Padres at Petco Park.

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