MLB: Alarms on Angels; Shohei Ohtani exits opening early vs Astros

The alarms went off in the Anaheim Angels well shōhei ohtani could not wrap up its opening tonight in the way that would have been expected. The streamer native to Japan left the game early against the Houston Astros and gave signs of a possible injury. ‘Sho’ threw 79 pitches before coming off the mound.

Shohei Ohtani had another standout start in the 2022 Major League Baseball Season (MLB). However, he had to leave the game against the Houston Astros on Saturday, September 10, early.

According to reports, the Japanese left the mound before the sixth inning after he pointed to the dugout during warmups, which could be an indication of an injury.

Shohei Ohtani pitched five full innings. In them he made 79 deliveries to the plate of which 48 were strikes. In his work, he allowed an earned run, had six hits, gave two walks and struck out seven batters for the Houston Astros.

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MLB: Alarms on Angels; Shohei Ohtani exits opening early vs Astros