Shohei Ohtani singlehandedly manufactures run for Dodgers vs. D-backs

The Dodgers on Tuesday night had a rough go against Diamondbacks starter Brandon Pfaadt. He was dealing a perfect game heading into the fourth inning and had one out in that frame when Shohei Ohtani stepped to the plate.

Ohtani laced a double to left field for LA’s first hit. Then he put his speed to use and stole third base, forcing an errant throw from Arizona catcher Gabriel Moreno that allowed Ohtani to trot home for the Dodgers’ first run of the game. 

There are plenty of ways Ohtani impacts winning, but his double and dash against the Diamondbacks was a good example of how he can singlehandedly spark LA’s offense even when its dormant. 


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