Shohei Ohtani fuels Angels' rally before falling short in extras

It was a fantastic exhibition Tuesday night from two-way star Shohei Ohtani, who hit a couple of three-run homeruns 

and set a profession high with eight RBIs, however it essentially wasn't enough for the fighting Angels.

Ohtani turned out to be only the eighth player in Angels history to have eight RBIs in a game however it arrived in a 12-11 misfortune to the Royals in 11 innings at Angel Stadium. 

It was one more series rout for the Angels, who additionally dropped the opener on Monday.

Ohtani's eight RBIs were the most by an Angels player since Garret Anderson had an establishment record 10 RBIs against the Yankees on Aug. 21, 2007.

Ohtani got an opportunity to attach the record with one more homer in the eleventh however needed to agree to a fielder's choice to left. 

Jared Walsh came to the plate with the opportunity to hit for the cycle with a solitary yet sprung up to end the game.

It was his most memorable homer since June 11.