Shohei Ohtani hits a huge 450-foot homer in the Dodgers’ victory at Nationals Park

Shohei Ohtani hits a huge 450-foot homer in the Dodgers’ victory at Nationals Park

Washington- Shohei Ohtani hit a home run 450 feet to the second deck of the right field stands in his first visit to Nationals Park, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Washington Nationals 4-1 on Tuesday.

Ohtani’s sixth home run of the season was the most powerful of his career. The ball came off the bat at 118.7 miles per hour.

It was also the most powerful home run by a Dodgers player since the Statcast measurement system began to be used in 2015.

The solo hit in the ninth inning against Matt Barnes made the score 4-1 after pinch-hitter James Outman and Venezuelan Miguel Rojas had driven in runs that put Los Angeles ahead.

Ohtani has 177 home runs in his career. His previous home run, hit on Sunday, made him the Japanese with the most home runs in major league history, ahead of Hideki Matsui.

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