‘That’s mean’ Batter stunned… Shohei Otani’s backdoor is ‘unfair’ | Full Count

Ohtani got a failed takedown on the 142 kilometer backdoor slider

■ Angels 2-1 Mariners (18th time in Japan, Anaheim)

On the 17th (Japan time on the 18th), Angels pitcher Shohei Otani entered the game against the Mariners as “No. He threw 107 pitches and pitched 7 innings with 8 strikeouts and 3 hits and no runs Among them, the slider who threw 48% of 51 balls is sharp Fans are surprised at the “backdoor” thrown into the left-handed batter’s course, saying: “That’s too vulgar” and “This man has an unprecedented weapon.

Ohtani had a 2-run lead in Round 6, and Ohtani threw an 87.9-mile (141.5 km) slider on a 2-2 count against left-handed batting JP Crawford. A missed strikeout with a backdoor slider that enters the strike zone from the outside corner ball area. Crawford sits on the bench, looking up at the sky.

Pitching analyst Rob Friedman, known as the “Pitching Ninja”, posted a video on his Twitter account with the caption “Shohei Ohtani, the 88 mile backdoor slider”. Mariners reporter Daniel Kramer also posted a video on Twitter, writing that he “goes after Shohei Ohtani’s ridiculously unfair backdoor slider.” Fans commented, “Honestly, it’s a dead bullet”, “Pinpoint”, “Shohei Ohtani, the backdoor slider is artistic!”

[Vidéo d’actualité]The batter is missing… Shohei Otani’s 142 km magic ball

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