I want to take my dad to a home game with Ohtani pitching, and I’m trying to get a sense of how the Angels’ pitching schedule works. From what I understand the Angels have a 6-man rotation, but I read somewhere that Ohtani pitches on 6 days of rest regardless of how many games between. Does that mean Ohtani would be expected to pitch on Tuesday the 27th on account of the rest day after his upcoming start against the Dodgers? Do the Angels normally skip over one of their pitchers in these situations? Any insight on this would be much appreciated, thanks.