Adolis García homered and doubled off Dylan Bundy, Kohei Arihara took a shutout into the sixth inning and the Texas Rangers got their offense on track in a 6-4 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Monday night. Texas eclipsed its entire output from a three-game home series against Baltimore over the weekend, when it totaled just four runs. “These guys have been working hard and we’ve had a good dialog every day,” Rangers manager Chris Woodward said of his hitters.
Any time Shohei Ohtani takes the mound for the Los Angeles Angels, it's a must-see experience. Ohtani became the first starting pitcher since at least 1901 to toss four shutout innings with at least six walks and seven strikeouts. According to Sportradar, Ohtani joined Colorado right-hander Tyler Chatwood (2017) and Bill Bailey of the 1914 Baltimore Terrapins as the only starting pitchers to go five innings or fewer and allow no runs on one hit with at least six walks and seven strikeouts.