As expected. While Japan’s victory was confirmed, no Korean team was named to the WBC All-Star team.
On the 22nd (Korean time), the WBC Organizing Committee announced the selection of the 5th WBC All-Star Team, which ended with Japan winning. Ohtani, who won MVP of the tournament, was also selected as an All-Star in the pitcher and designated hitter categories. With this, he received three crowns in his arms.토토사이트
In this tournament, Ohtani started in the first match of Group B in the first round of the finals against China and played a big role in pitching, leading Japan to its 3rd championship.
Ohtani played in 7 games as a hitter and led the Japanese national team with a batting average of 0.435, 1 home run, 8 RBIs, and an OPS of 1.345.
He was also a good pitcher. He appeared in 3 games and played an active role with an average ERA of 1.86 with 2 wins, 9⅔ innings, 5 hits, 1 strikeout, 2 walks and no runs. He pitched the most innings among pitchers on the Japanese national team.
The highlight was the finals. Japan took the mound in the ninth inning with a 3-2 lead, striking out Mike Trout on a swing, maintaining a one-point lead and becoming the winning pitcher. I even got a rinse. Of course, the MVP of the tournament was Ohtani.
After the tournament, the WBC All-Star team was announced.
In the pitching category, in addition to Ohtani, Patrick Sandoval (Mexico) and Miguel Romero (Cuba) were selected as All-Stars. Catcher Salvador Perez (Venezuela), infield first baseman Zhang Yucheng (Taiwan), second baseman Javier Baez (Puerto Rico), shortstop Trey Turner (USA), and third baseman Yoann Moncada (Cuba) were named. The designated hitter was Ohtani.
Outfield All-Stars were Randy Arosarena (Mexico), Mike Trout (USA), and Masataka Yoshida (Japan).
A total of 12 players were selected for the All-Star team, but the names of the Korean players could not be seen.