long weekends with back-to-back starts

Shohei Ohtani flexes his stamina, Angels win in the 12th inning

ANAHEIM ― Somewhere in Shohei Ohtani's larger than usual tool compartment - behind the bat speed, under the twist rate, between the baserunning and the drop on his splitter - lies his endurance

Ohtani tossed eight innings against the Houston Astros and permitted just a single run. He tossed 111 pitches, a season-high

Nine innings were adequately not to determine the pitcher's duel between Astros starter Luis Garcia and Ohtani

Tied 1-1 in the twelfth inning, Matt Duffy unloaded a solitary into focus field to drive in the triumphant run, lifting the Angels to a 2-1 triumph over Houston

After the two sides neglected to score in the tenth and eleventh inning, the Angels at long last exploited their free baserunner in the twelfth

Ohtani didn't permit a hit - or a baserunner - until Yuli Gurriel punched a solitary into right field in the fourth inning

GARCIA DIDN'T PERMIT A RUN UNTIL THE SEVENTH INNING. LUIS RENGIFO STARTED THE INNING BY HITTING A DELICATE FLARE INTO RIGHT FIELD FOR A SOLITARY