Mike Trout (32) hit three hits, including a multi-home run, and Shohei Ohtani (29, LA Angels) harassed the Milwaukee Brewers with bullet hits and quick feet. However, the Los Angeles Angels did not win as the other nine batters only gave up five hits even though the two combined for six hits.
The Los Angeles Angels lost 5-7 to Milwaukee in the 2023 Major League Baseball away game held at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA on the 30th (Korean time).
On this day, 메이저놀이터Trout and Ohtani, the key players of the Angels, started as the second center fielder and the third designated hitter side by side and made a splash. Trout went 4 at bats with 3 hits (2 homers), 5 RBIs and 2 runs scored, while Ohtani went 3 at bats with 2 stolen bases.
However, starting lead Detmus collapsed with 4 hits, 3 walks, 6 strikeouts and 7 runs (4 earned) in 4⅓ innings. Except for lead-off Jack Neto, the other 8 batters (including substitute players) showed a total of 3 hits with a water bat, and suffered a humiliating defeat to Milwaukee, who concentrated on 5 hits.
Trout and Ohtani showed off their beats. In the first episode, Ohtani kicked the opportunity. Trout went to base with a left-handed hit, but Ohtani recorded a double hit with a ground ball to the shortstop. In the 3rd inning, Trout retired with a ball to center fielder, but Ohtani went on base with a right-handed hit. However, the score was missed as Anthony Rendon’s batted ball was caught by Milwaukee’s Christian Yelich in the rain.
Milwaukee managed to score a lot in the third inning. Leading batter Victor Karatini walked, Owen Miller hit second and third base safely with a left-handed double, and Joey Beamer lightly scored the first run with a ground ball. After that, Willy Adames hit a timely one RBI toward center field. Trout tried to catch it by throwing himself, but the ball came out of the glove. Subsequently, William Contreras made it 3-0 with an RBI timely hit to the left wall.
In the fifth inning, the joys and sorrows of both teams were mixed. For the Los Angeles Angels, Trout scored an RBI on a sacrifice fly from 1st out, 1st and 3rd base, but Ohtani only made up for one point with a ground ball.
On the other hand, Milwaukee had a chance to secure the bases with Miller walking, Beamer hitting infield, and Yelich going on base with a fielder selection. In this process, LA Angels third baseman Rendon’s judgment was regrettable. Detmus struck out Adames, but allowed a push walk to Contreras. Subsequently, pinch hitter Jessie Winker pulled out two RBIs and timely hits to left field, putting the score at 6-1.
The Trout and Ohtani combination started to work together belatedly. In the top of the 8th inning, with the Los Angeles Angels trailing 1-7, Trout first fired a two-run gun in the middle of the chase at first base without an out. After Ohtani got on base with a right-handed hit, he stole second and third bases in succession to create a chance for one out, second and third base. Season 4, No. 5 stolen base. However, the follow-up hit failed to hit home.
Trout drew a two-run arch in the middle of the ninth inning by hitting a cutter from Bryce Wilson at second base with two outs. Subsequently, Ohtani ignited the pursuit by recording a right-handed hit to Milwaukee closer Devin Williams. However, as Rendon’s batted ball was caught by the right fielder, the Los Angeles Angels’ 5-7 defeat was confirmed.