Shohei Ohtani will break Aaron Judge’s home run record, according to this projection

Shohei Ohtani continues with an overwhelming pace in Major League Baseball and this day during the Los Angeles Angels’ 11-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers, the Japanese hit two home runs.

The first home run was hit in the second inning.after a drive to left field and gave up two runs for the Angels; the second was a solo HR during the fourth inning.

The two-way samurai baseball player will be a free agent at the end of the season after the owner team Arturo ‘Art’ Moreno decided to bet on the continuity of the player until the end; instead of selling to one of the interested ninths.

Aaron Judge set record with 62 home runs

Ohtani maintains an enormous rhythm and would reach the mark of 64 home runs, according to a media projection sportico.

So he would leave behind the American League record set by the New York Yankees player with 62 home runs, at stake against the Texas Rangers.

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