MIAMI (AP) – Shohei Ohtani conceded an untrained run in seven major wins and won the Los Angeles Angels’ 5-2 win over the Miami Marlins Wednesday night.
The AL MVP commander won his fifth consecutive start, reducing Marlins’ strike twice. Ohtani (8-4) went three times and hit 10 before 18,741, the fourth-largest team at loanDepot Park this season.
AL MVP three-time Mike MVP had no problem in four places and had an RBI. Trout is 1 for 21 and hits 13 in the first five games of Los Angeles’ nine-game tour.
Max Stassi doubled and reached the starting point three to help the Angels jump four games.
Ohtani two RBI songs with two base tracks chased Miami founder Trevor Rogers (4-7) and won three times that put Los Angeles ahead 3-1. Trout was hit with tar and stuffed staples, and tied at 1 p.m.
A 96 mph speed bump from Rogers hit Trout on his left knee. Trout took a breather in the first place, while the angel training staff took care of him.
The hit songs from Taylor Ward and Luis Rengifo at number seven led the angels.
The defeat saw Marlins win six games.
Rogers allowed three runs, four hits, two hits, five hits and two batteries in 4 2/3 innings.
The Marlins hit Garrett Cooper’s team for the first time on the first track which ended Ohtani’s cordless game at 21 2/3 innings. Front striker Jon Berti came on for a Luis Rengifo throwback and double-crossed Joey Wendle.
Angels: RHP Austin Warren (to the right of the triceps) was scheduled to appear at a reconstruction at Triple-A Salt Lake on Wednesday. The next step is to stop the consecutive days.
Marlins: RHP Edward Cabrera (right of tendonitis) threw a portion of 25 cows Tuesday and another set for Thursday. … RHP Cody Poteet (right elbow injury) threw two innings in his redesign work with Class-A Jupiter on Monday. His next appearance will be confirmed.
Angels: RHP Chase Chiselth (1-2, 5.23) kicks off Thursday with the club starting the final phase of a three-city road in Baltimore.
Marlins: LHP Daniel Castano (1-1, 2.47) kicks off the four-game opener at the NL East-leading New York Mets on Thursday.
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