Ohtani ‘skipped start’, will start 24th ’13-day honey vacation’

Shohei Ohtani (29, Los Angeles Angels) has missed a couple of starts and has been asked about his next mound appearance.

The Orange County Register, a local Los Angeles media outlet, reported on Sunday (July 17) that LA Angels manager Phil Nevin was quoted as saying that Ohtani’s next start is scheduled for the 24th.

According to the report, Ohtani is scheduled to start on April 24 against the Cincinnati Reds at home. It’s not 100 percent confirmed yet, but there’s a good chance he’ll take the mound that day.

Ohtani was originally scheduled to start on Sunday against the Texas Rangers. However, it was reported on Thursday that he will not start that day due to recent fatigue.카지노사이트

This is not due to injury. It was due to the fatigue that Ohtani has been experiencing since the opening day of the season, when he had a doubleheader.

As a result, Ohtani will be making his first start in 14 days after his last start against the San Francisco Giants on April 10. The 13 days of rest will be beneficial for Ohtani.

However, while Ohtani will be resting as a pitcher, he will also be batting. He added a hit against Texas on the 16th and was in the starting lineup on the 17th.

Shohei Ohtani. Photo by Getty Images Korea

Through the past 16 days, Ohtani has pitched in 22 games this season, throwing 130 2/3 innings, with a 10-5 record and a 3.17 ERA. He has 165 strikeouts.

As a hitter, he is batting .302 with 41 home runs, 84 RBI, 91 runs scored, 134 hits, a .405 slugging percentage and a 1.061 OPS in 119 games.

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