Shohei Ohtani won his 10th game on Tuesday, making him the first player with double-digit home runs as a batter and wins as a pitcher in a single Major League Baseball season since Hall-of-Famer Babe Ruth in 1918.

Ohtani (10-7) struck out five over six innings for the Los Angeles Angels in their 5-1 victory over the Oakland Athletics at Oakland Coliseum.

The two-way superstar also hit his 25th home run, a solo in the top of the seventh, bringing his MLB career tally to 118 and surpassing Ichiro Suzuki for the second-most by a Japanese player. Only Hideki Matsui, with 175, has more.