5-3. Ohtani and Bour hit home runs against the Dodgers

 Los Angeles (USA), – Japanese designated hitter Shohei Ohtani and first baseman Justin Bour hit home runs for the Los Angeles Angels, who beat the Dodgers leaders 5-3.

With their loss, their second consecutive, the Dodgers saw their mark fall to 45-23, but they keep leading the West Division of the National League.

For the Angels, Ohtani (7) hit the whole in the first episode, without runners ahead, against his compatriot, starter Kenta Maeda.

Ohtani returned to punish with homers to his compatriot for the second time in four days.

Meanwhile, Bour (5) also did it against Maeda, with two men in circulation, in the first inning.

In the mound the victory was credited by the Dominican relay Félix Peña (4-1) in three innings and two thirds.
The Dodgers had third baseman Max Muncy (15) with two homers.

Muncy connected them in the third inning with no runners in front when two outs were registered in the inning.

In the fifth episode he returned to take the field ball, alone. Both homers connected them against Peña.

The defeat was carried by Maeda (7-3) in four and a third episodes. (EFE)


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


The Hispanic vote measures its power in the election that will evaluate the Trump Government

The Hispanic vote, considered for years a sleeping giant, will see next November 6 if it has awakened as a block against the "attacks"...

Two suspects of attack on actor Jussie Smollett arrested in Chicago

Two African brothers were arrested as suspects in the supposedly homophobic and racist attack in downtown Chicago on actor Jussie Smollett, of the television...

Trump Tests Positive for the Coronavirus

The president’s result came after he spent months playing down the severity of the outbreak that has killed more than 207,000 in the United...

Diniz wins his first title with the biggest margin of history in 50 km march

The Frenchman Yohann Diniz, world record holder of 50 km march, at last, at 39, got his first world title with a solo walk...

“Dreamers” from Arizona emigrate to other states to pay for college

Young immigrants covered under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program leave Arizona in search of better study opportunities in "friendlier" states, because...