The Japanese broadcast booth was extremely excited about Shohei Ohtani's first career homer
We saw a little bit of baseball history on Tuesday night: In his home debut at Angel Stadium, Shohei Ohtani -- just two days after going six strong innings for his first Major League win -- hit his first Major League home run.
Naturally, there was much rejoicing. From the hometown crowd. From his teammates ... eventually. From the nine-year-old boy who ended up with the ball:
But arguably no one was more excited for Ohtani's first dinger than the Japanese broadcast team that called the game -- and if you don't believe us, simply click play on the video atop this post and see for yourself. (We're particularly fond of their reaction to the silent treatment in the dugout, which is just about the happiest any pair of announcers has ever been.)