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Anaheim, CA (AP) — Shohei Ohtani hits the longest home run in a major league career in the first inning, and …

Anaheim, CA (AP) — Shohei Ohtani hits the longest home run in a major league career. On Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Angels beat Kansas City Royals 8 to 1 and hit five home runs.

Otani’s 17th home run this season was a 470-foot-deep shot of Kansas City starting pitcher Kris Bubic (1-1) into the outfield bleachers. Otani then added a double in the third inning with a faster retreat speed — 112.6 mph compared to his home run of 111.7.

Max Stassi, José Iglesias and Justin Upton also set up their bases in Los Angeles off the coast of Bubik. Taylor Ward added 2 runs in 8 innings.

Andrew Heaney (4-3) allowed the Angels to score 10 wins in 15 games and start pitcher 6 hits and 1 run in the 7th inning.

Hanser Alberto doubled in the 7th inning with four RBIs in the Royals.

Stassi pushed Otani home in his fourth home run this season, leaving him in the third. A veteran Angels catcher and a batter who doesn’t seem to be a cleanup batter, he hit two home runs for two nights in a row.

Iglesias made his fourth solo shot, his fifth home run of the season. Upton then hit his fourth home run at the Angels’ six-game home run, and has continued to make an impressive rise since he took the lead in his first major league career in late May. Upton also hit five games in a row. I’m leaving.

Bubik hit 6 hits and 6 hits with 2 walks in 4 innings.

After Jackson Kowar threw three wild pitches and missed the first inning of his major league debut, Bubik hit four home runs, twice as many as he allowed in his first 34 innings of the season.

Heaney made another strong performance, scoring 7 points in two walks at the 100th start of his major league career. Heaney set a record of 16 consecutive runs against Kansas City in the third inning until Heaney broke through in the 7th inning.

Alberto chased Henny on the starter’s 109th pitch with a double, but Steve Sishek retired Salvador Perez on a bases loaded ground out to finish the seventh.

One side matchup

The Angels lost two out of three games at Kauffman Stadium in April, but Los Angeles has won 13 of the last 18 games against the Royals since 2018, including the first two games in the series. Contains.

By the way

Carlos Santana of Kansas City was asked to interfere to finish the third inning, moved to avoid the pitch at his feet, and accidentally disturbed Stassi when the Angels catcher tried to throw Whit Merrifield. have done.

Trainers room

Angels: 1B Jared Walsh was on a planned holiday, but made his eighth defensive change. This slugger had a batting average of .343 for right-handed people and .206 for left-handed people like Bubik.

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The series concludes with Angels Griffin Canning (4-4, ERA 5.82) on the mound. He has an earned run average of 1.50 against Kansas City. The Royals faced Brad Keller (6-4, 5.50), who was 4-0 despite having a 3.62 ERA in the last five starts.

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