Ohtani wins game with shutout and homers.

Game 1 of a back-to-back against Detroit.

Starting pitcher Ohtani was in top form.

His fastball, which topped out at 160 kilometers per hour, was turning batters away.

After allowing just one hit and no runs, Ohtani struck out the final batter in the ninth inning to complete the shutout.

It was his first complete game in six years after making his major league debut in 2018.

Ohtani was happy to be handed a commemorative ball by a teammate.

[Ohtani/LA Angels: “My goal from the beginning was to finish the season with the LA Angels in a strong way. I will focus on the goal of the playoffs.”]

In Game 2, which started about an hour later, Ohtani, who had been silent in Game 1 with a five-hit shutout, broke the record with a two-run home run to left field in the second inning.

It’s the first time in major league history that a player has thrown a complete game shutout in one game and hit a home run in the other in back-to-back games.

[Local play-by-play: “I can’t believe it, it’s unreal.”]

Ohtani capped off a four-run homer in the fourth inning with a giant arch that traveled 138 meters.

The Major League Baseball office praised him, 먹튀검증 saying, “We all became witnesses.”

Nine wins into the season and 38 home runs to lead the majors.

Ohtani’s cartoonish two-hit performance helped the Angels win both games of the series.

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