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Ohtani homers twice in Angels' 8-7 loss to Oakland

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The Anaheim Angels tied a major league record with seven solo homers, including two by Shohei Ohtani, but still lost 8-7 to the Athletics on Thursday.

That is such an Angels thing to do.

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God might just hate the Angels. Ironic, isn’t it?

Poor Shohei. And all he has left to look forward to is a broken lineup with a shaky rotation (other than him of course) and no relief pitching.

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Congratulations to Ohtani - the baseball GOAT! Astonishing how much he is achieving - and he has only just started!

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The Anaheim Angels tied a major league record with seven solo homers, including two by Shohei Ohtani, but still lost 8-7 to the Athletics on Thursday.

In bigger MLB news, Aaron Judge is on pace to break Babe Ruth's and Roger Maris' single season HR record.

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In bigger MLB news, Aaron Judge is on pace to break Babe Ruth's and Roger Maris' single season HR record.

If he does, he'll likely win MVP

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The Anaheim Angels tied a major league record with seven solo homers, including two by Shohei Ohtani, but still lost 8-7 to the Athletics on Thursday.

There are many players having good years and playing on teams with poor records. That's the nature of the sport.

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Yes, very important news. -not- I also sometimes lost a chess match when I was young, although managed to keep my Queen and the Towers. Doesn’t make sense and is of no use, if you lose anyway, like here those two whatever great homers of Ohtani. lol

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