Another record! Shohei Ohtani set new hitting record on Angels

Shohei ohtani continues to surprise with his performances in the 2021 Season of MLB with Angels of Anaheim and during the day this Saturday iset a new hitting record during the San Diego Padres game. The Japanese star had a rough night as he was the victim of a blow to his hand but this did not prevent him from hitting hits.

Shohei Ohtani became the First player in Anaheim Angels franchise history to hit 40 or more home runs and steal 20 or more bases in the same MLB season.

This was achieved after his performance in the game against the San Diego Padres this Saturday by putting his numbers and statistics with 41 homers and 20 robberies to his account.

The Japanese star had a bittersweet day against the ‘Frailes’ as he received a ball in the hand from Ryan Weathers, who started the match, which caused concern in his ninth.

Shohei Ohtani is considered the leading candidate to win the AL Most Valuable Player MVP award in the 2021 MLB Season thanks to what he is doing as a pitcher and batter for the Anaheim Angels.

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