Today’s showdown between the two-gang star of Los Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Shohei Ohtani, and the slugger of Toronto Blue Jays, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., was one that you don’t see too often.
Even though the battle between the two major home run leaders in the majors lacked the display of power, Ohtani delivered another quality pitching performance and kept Guerrero almost silent during the Angels’ 6-6 win. 3 on the Blue Jays, in the Angel Stadium:
Against Dominican-Canadian Guerrero, Japan’s Ohtani, 27, limited the 22-year-old to one hit, one walk and one strikeout in his three games.
The East Ohtani, who also went 3-for-1 on the wood, scored a run, a strikeout and a walk as the Angels’ leadoff batter, as he also lasted six innings on the mound, three hits and surrendered two runs, walked three and struck out six before ending his night with 99 pitches (62 strikes).
Ohtani ultimately took the victory on the hill and made it 7-1 with a 2.93 ERA. With the club he is hitting .268.