After playing off a rival’s home run batted ball, he hit a home run in his own at-bat.
Home run king Aaron Judge (메이저놀이터New York Yankees) exquisitely caught a home run hit by rival Shohei Ohtani (LA Angels) that went over the fence, and fired a hot home run in the ensuing attack.
The match between the Los Angeles Angels and the New York Yankees was held at Yankee Stadium in New York on the 20th (hereinafter Korean time).
Ohtani, who started as the second designated hitter, hit a full count changeup (88.6 miles) against Yankees starter Britto in the first at-bat in the first inning and hit a home run-like ball that flew toward the fence in the middle.
However, Judge jumped in front of the fence, put it in his glove, dropped it, and caught it with his right hand as he landed. It was an amazing lake rain.
And Judge hit a home run in front of Ohtani at the plate in the bottom of the first inning. He pulled a four-seam fastball (94.7 miles) from a full count against Angels starter Canning at first base safely and fired a two-run home run that went over the wall in the middle left. Season 6 issue.
What was interesting was Ohtani and Judge’s batting speed and flight distance. Ohtani’s fly ball hit had a launch angle of 33 degrees, a batted ball launch speed of 111.5 miles (179.4 km), and a flight distance of 411 feet (125.3 m).
Judge’s home run hit had a launch angle of 31 degrees, a launch speed of 111.7 miles (179.8 km), and a distance of 412 feet (125.6 m).
With a 30cm difference in flight distance, joy and sorrow were mixed with a fly ball and a home run.
Ohtani’s batted ball flew to the farthest fence in the outfield in the middle of Yankee Stadium, and it was like a home run was stolen because Judge, who was 2m tall, was guarding it.