June is drawing to a close.
Now we are about to enter the fourth calendar month of the regular session of 2022.
for Los Angeles AngelsIt hasn’t been easy at all.
He started the month on an epic losing skid that started in late May and ran into June.
But there were some bright spots for Halo.
was one of them Shohei Ohtani,
The two-way star has been carrying loads on the mound and plate for Halos.
He grew up on the mound several times after the Angels were defeated.
Angels’ public relations department tweeted some mind-boggling Ohtani stats from the month of June.
#angels From Shohei Ohtani June 9:
Pitching: 4Gs; 3-0, 0.34 ERA (26.2 IP – 1 ER), 36 SO (in line for the win tonight)
Hitting: .355 (22/62), 9 R, 4 2B, 1 3B, 6 HR, 17 RBI, 12 BB, 1.189 OPS
— Angels PR (@LAAngelsPR) 30 June 2022
sho-time saves the day
Despite how rough things have gotten in Anaheim, the Angels can always count on their two-pronged hero to stop the bleeding on the mound and come through with a clutch at the plate.
Ohtani is a player who is desperate to get a chance to play in October, and while the Angels’ current trajectory isn’t looking good, Ohtani is doing everything in his power to make sure he has an opportunity to make it to the October stage. There is a chance to compete.
He is one of those players you can count on no matter how bad things go with your team.
Ohtani played stopper on the mound several times, while continuing to hit for average and power like nobody’s business.
That Ops is pretty impressive too.
Ohtani is undoubtedly one of the best players in all of baseball and he is the guy the Angels are trying to build. mike trout,
Perhaps if it was warmer in June, it could help get them back on track in July.