Los Angeles Angels Ohtani Shohei (29) has risen to second place in the major league starting pitcher rankings.
MLB.com, the official major league media, released the power rankings of major league starting pitchers on the 21st (Korean time). Ohtani was ranked second in the starting pitcher rankings.
As the best star player in the major leagues, Ohtani, who is successfully continuing to double as a pitcher, has achieved outstanding results in both pitches this year as well. In particular, he is active as a pitcher with an earned run average of 0.86 with 2 wins in 4 games (21 innings).
MLB.com said, “He ranked high in both hitter power rankings released earlier this season. Of course, because he did that. In Boston, his start ended after only two innings due to rainy weather, but he will be back on the mound against Kansas City. This season, he allowed just two runs and six hits in 21 innings. Now, the sweeper is the signature pitch, and with other powerful pitches, Ohtani is still overwhelming.”
The first place went to Gerrit Cole. Cole is recording good results this season with 4 wins in 4 games (28⅓ innings) and an average ERA of 0.95. MLB.com asked, “Will this be the year of Cole? He placed 2nd twice, 4th twice, and 5th once in the Cy Young Young voting. He also won the league title with multiple wins, earned run average once, earned run average regardless of defense (FIP) once, strikeout/walk ratio once, and strikeouts twice. So far, it looks like those performances will come together in his 32-year-old season. He won all of his first four appearances, including his last shutout against Minnesota. He has a 0.95 earned run average and has allowed opponents to bat .144/.212/.178.”
Following Cole and Ohtani,먹튀검증 Luis Castillo (Seattle), Shane McClanahan (Tampa Bay), Pablo Lopez (Minnesota), Jacob deGrom (Texas), Dylan Seads (White Sox) , 8th Spencer Strider (Atlanta), 9th Julio Urias (Dodgers), and 10th Sonny Gray (Minnesota) were named in the rankings.
On the other hand, Ohtani ranked 6th and 7th respectively in the hitter power rankings released twice previously.