Shohei Ohtani extends lead atop home run leaderboard against Orioles

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SEE IT: Shohei Ohtani hits 41st home run of season vs. Orioles originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

A day after Cedric Mullins and Anthony Santander helped the Orioles become the first team to hit two home runs in a game against Shohei Ohtani on the mound en route to Baltimore's first win in 20 games, Ohtani got his revenge. 

Ohtani crushed a solo home run 374 feet into the right field stands in the first inning against the O's on Thursday for his 41st of the season. 

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The blast over right field was also Ohtani's first dinger at Camden Yards, and his 88th overall in his career. The two-way phenom has now homered in every AL ballpark

Ohtani is having one of the more incredible seasons in MLB history, with .269/.366/.636 splits and a 3.00 ERA and 8-1 record in 19 games pitching.