Will he really break Choo Shin-soo’s record? Ohtani, if you hit 26 more, will you become the Asian home run king… Ohtani, 193 and Choo Shin-soo, 218

Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Dodgers has an unusual home run pace. He is driving home runs, which had been slowed down for a while.

Ohtani hit his 22nd home run of the season against the Angels on the 22nd (Korea time).

This brings Ohtani’s total home run to 193. 토토사이트 순위

Ohtani hit his fifth home run of the season and 176th career home run against the New York Mets on April 22, breaking Hideki Matsui’s record for most home runs in the major leagues.

Now Ohtani is aiming for the Asian home run king.

Choo holds the record for most home runs. He played in 1,652 games during 16 seasons in the Major League from 2005 to 2020, and hit 218 home runs.

He needs 26 home runs to break Choo’s record.

If he completes the season without injury, he can hit 219 at the end of September.

Ohtani made his big league debut in 2018, and made 22 arches that year. He hit 46 in 2021, marking his career high. He also hit 44 last year.

Meanwhile, Ohtani is also in first place in the NL MVP competition. His rival Mookie Betts is out with an injury, which makes him in an advantageous position.

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