This is why Ohtani… The strength of the ‘three-run home run in a row’ in a practice game

Even if you kneel down and hit it, it goes over the fence. At a glance, you can see why the WBC team should be extra vigilant against Ohtani.


Kneel down on a low ball and sensibly kick it up.

The moment he gets hit, he lifts his bat high as if he had an intuition for a home run.

Even though it was a practice game, Ohtani hit a 3-run home run in a row as if to respond to the packed crowd.

The Japanese national team is evaluated as the strongest in WBC history.

Among them, Ohtani himself proved why he was the number 1 target to be wary of, and the home run king of Japanese baseball admired him saying, “I want to quit baseball.”

Japan was truly obsessed with the big league MVP who achieved double-digit wins and 30 homers at the same time for the first time in major league history.

There is a long line like this around Kyocera Dome.

I stop to buy souvenirs of the Japanese national team players.

[Arts: I bought a towel and a T-shirt with (Ohtani)’s name on it. How many hours have you waited… {7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 6 hours!} It’s 6 hours.]

Fans in Ohtani uniforms overflow.


[Awesome, Ohtani!]

Today (7th) in our national team’s practice game, Kim Hye-seong, who was put in as a pinch hitter, hit a surprise home run.

[Kim Hye-seong/WBC national team: I’m glad to have won. I want to help (the team) by working hard so that I can win in any situation.]

The national team finished the final mock test with a 7-4 victory and boarded the train to Tokyo for the decisive match.

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