MLB summary of April 14 in the American League: Shohei Ohtani jostled by the Rangers


Shohei Ohtani allowed six runs over three and two-thirds innings in a game between the Los Angeles Angels and Texas Rangers on Thursday.

The game is still on and the Rangers held a comfortable 10-2 lead after five innings.

Ohtani gave a grand slam to Jonah Heim in second. Heim returned to the charge with a single productive in the fourth.

Angels manager Joe Maddon asked for the ball from Ohtani two batters later and a sixth earned run was added to the Japanese’s record when Heim crossed home on Corey Seager’s first homer with Texas at the expense of the left-handed reliever Brian Moran.

Mike Trout hit his second homer of the season in the first inning, a resounding slap 472 feet from home plate.

Upcoming update.

Elsewhere in the American League

Oakland 6 – Tampa Bay 3

OAK : Cole Irvin (1-1) allowed three runs in six-and-a-third innings and the A’s upset the Rays to win two of three in the series.

VG : Brandon Lowe hit his third homer of the season.

Seattle 5 – Chicago White Sox 1

SEA : Logan Gilbert (1-0) allowed one unearned run in five innings. Abraham Toro was not in the squad.

CHW : The White Sox winning streak ends at four.

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