Shohei Ohtani (LA Angels) was benched for 10 consecutive games due to pain in his right side. There was a possibility that he could play as early as the home game against the Detroit Tigers on the 16th (Korean time).  

According to a report from the Japanese sports media ‘Full Count’ on the 14th, coach Phil Nevin said about Otani’s current condition ahead of the away game against the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, USA, “There is still pain. Today, there is still pain.”토토사이트 “It is not suitable for participation in games,” he said. 

The media also said, “Ohtani looked relaxed, having a good time with his teammates in the clubhouse before the game,” and added, “He is expected to play normally starting with the home game against Detroit on the 16th at the earliest.” 

The Angels, without Ohtani, fell to a losing streak, losing 2-3 to Seattle that day. After one out in the third inning, the Angels scored first on Phillips’ superior solo arch. Seattle then took the opportunity to attack in the bottom of the third inning with one out and runners on first and second, and Rodriguez’s RBI double brought the game back to square one. 

The Angels took a 2-1 lead again in the third inning on Neto’s infield single and Drury’s double down the left field line. Seattle was down 1-2 in the 5th inning with 2 outs, runners on 1st and 2nd base, and consecutive timely hits by Rollie and Hernández brought the win back to 3-2. Angels starting pitcher Wants allowed no runs in two innings, and Suarez, who started as the third pitcher, became the losing pitcher after allowing two runs in 1⅔ innings. 

Seattle starter Castillo enjoyed the victory by allowing two runs in six innings

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