SEATTLE– Shohei Ohtanis league-leading 33rd crowning achievement of the season Friday night put him in unusual company in the history of the Seattle Mariners home ballpark.Ohtanis solo shot in the third inning off Marco Gonzales skyrocketed into the top deck of right field at T-Mobile Park. The Angels two-way phenom is the sixth gamer to reach the upper deck of the right-field seats considering that the stadium opened in 1999, according to the Mariners.MLBs Statcast forecasted the homer at 463 feet.Ohtanis blast left a buzz through the ballpark and caused a couple of fans sitting alone in that section of the arena to duck as the ball drew better. It landed above the fifth row of seats prior to striking a concrete wall and ricocheting back down into the lower levels.1969 Reggie Jackson372021 Shohei Ohtani331987 Mark McGwire331954 Willie Mays31The Angels dugout appeared in excitement and shock after Ohtanis left-handed swing. Justin Upton put his hands on his head in shock when it landed in the upper deck.The homer is Ohtanis 16th in the past 21 video games, making him simply the seventh player in MLB history to hit that many in a 21-game period within a single season. He joins Barry Bonds, Giancarlo Stanton, J.D. Martinez, Kyle Schwarber, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa.Ohtani is also the first player given that Albert Pujols in 2006 to hit 33 or more homers in his first 82 video games of a season. Hes on rate for 61 this season.The others to have reached the upper deck at T-Mobile Park are Joey Gallo (2020 ), Daniel Vogelbach (2019 ), Nomar Mazara (2019 ), Carlos Delgado (2001) and Mo Vaughn (1999 ). The Associated Press contributed to this report.