Shohei Ohtani equals the historic record of ‘Toro’ Valenzuela, the Mexican legend of the Dodgers

The Japanese shohei ohtani continues unstoppable in baseball Big leagues and this time he managed to match an important mark of the Mexican legend fernando valenzuela.

  • Ohtani and ‘El Toro’ Valenzuela are the only pitchers to strike out more than 38 batters and allow fewer than three runs in their first five starts of the season.

The Mexican got it in his second season in MLB in 1981, after winning Rookie of the Year.

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In addition, a few days ago he surpassed what was achieved by the pitcher nolan ryan who had accumulated a streak of nine games allowing two runs or less, between the 1972-1973 seasons with Los Angeles Angels.

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