Shohei Ohtani faces a familiar fate in his latest loss


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Shohei Ohtani just can’t catch a break, and neither can the Los Angeles Angels.

Ohtani was one of the few saving graces in what was an otherwise dreadful season in Anaheim.

Once again, the reigning American League MVP is showing strong numbers and building a solid case to repeat as the winner of the award, although he will likely lose to Aaron Judge.

Yesterday he went 4 for 5 against the Seattle Mariners, hitting a home run, a triple and a double, while driving four runs.

However, that wasn’t enough to save the Angels from yet another crippling defeat.

The Mariners won by an 11-7 final.

Halos drops Ohtani again

Things keep getting worse for the Halos, and even when Ohtani comes out and does his job, the rest of the team just doesn’t.

Ohtani faces another familiar fate, where he comes out and puts on a solid performance, whether on the mound or on the plate, and he finally has nothing to show thanks to another crushing loss for the Halos.

The Angels have now lost three straight and trail the Houston Astros in the AL West by 24.5 games.

They are 12 back in the Wild Card race.

At this point, Angels fans don’t have much to cheer about.

The season seems like a wash, even after a busy offseason that seems to have them positioned for contention.

Ohtani can’t do everything.

Time and again, the Angels let him down after a dominating performance and it doesn’t look like that’s going to change any time soon.

Again, he doesn’t have much to show for his dominance.




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