Last Friday, Shoaib Ohtani had a (rare) ugly exit from Matt in the second half of the season. After 3.1 innings of work, it was over for him.
But what we don’t know is that the Angels may have seen the last shot of the pile this season.
In fact, the pitcher still has a sore and the Angels, out of the playoff portrait, may decide not to do it again with caution.
Still, there is hope in Anaheim.
For now, all we know is that he will miss his next start. balance? Let’s see what the fairies will do (those who have already seen Mike Drew and Anthony Renton’s season ending) do.
In fact, according to Joe Madden, this is probably the final exhaustion of the season.
And you know what? This is normal: he plays two roles this year.
Take all the other MLB pitchers with 136 or more strikes in 2021 and ask yourself how many days they rested. The answer is in three digits.
Othani, is he? He had a total of nine. Nine.
He averaged 3.36 in 115.1 innings and, in my opinion, has done more than enough to take the lead in MVP racing in the American League.
He could still finish the year as DH.
The next few days will be crucial in deciding the angels and the star of the team.