Photo/Illutration Los Angeles Angels' Shohei Ohtani watches his second, two-run home run of the game off Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Lance Lynn during the fourth inning of a baseball game, May 31, in Chicago. (AP Photo)

CHICAGO--Shohei Ohtani homered in consecutive innings, including a 459-foot drive that was the longest of his Major League Baseball career, and drove in four runs to lead the Los Angeles Angels over the Chicago White Sox 12-5 on Wednesday.

Mike Trout put the Angels ahead 2-0 with a 476-foot home run in the first that was four rows shy of clearing the left field bleachers. Taylor Ward hit also went deep as the Angels hit four two-run homers plus a solo shot.

Lance Lynn (4-6) allowed eight runs, eight hits and two walks while hitting two batters in four innings, raising his ERA to 6.55.

Jaime Barria (2-2) got the win and gave up one run and four hits in five innings with six strikeouts and two walks.