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Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles Angels) entered the major leagues in 2018 and has been a consistent performer for six seasons. He won the American League Rookie of the Year award in his rookie season. In 2021, he won his first American League MVP award, and last season he finished second in MVP voting behind Aaron Judge (New York Yankees).
Ohtani will hit free agency after this season. “Idoryu” Ohtani is attracting interest from many teams. With his two-hitting prowess, there are even rumors that a team may be willing to bet on his latest $600 million contract.
American media outlet ‘Clutchpoint’ quoted Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Tyler Glasnow as saying on Nov. 27 (KST), citing ‘Chris Rose Sports’. “I think I’m a little more confident in betting on Ohtani than some of the other guys,” Glassnow said. “If they sign him to a 10-year, $600 million contract, I think it’s money well spent.”
In 15 appearances this season, Ohtani is 6-3 with a 3.13 ERA in 89 innings pitched, 33 runs (31 earned) allowed, 117 strikeouts, and 3 walks. While he hasn’t been pitching as well as he did last season, he has been putting up huge numbers at the plate. He has 89 hits, 25 home runs, 61 RBIs, a .297 batting average, and a 1.000 OPS. He currently leads the league in RBIs and home runs.
“Even if the Angels don’t succeed this season, Ohtani will surely win more awards,” said Clutchpoint, “He will likely win his second American League MVP of his career. This could help him land a $600 million contract.” 안전놀이터추천
“Based on how much Ohtani is expected to get in free agency, it seems unlikely he’ll stay with the Angels,” the outlet said. “The obvious destination would be in a bigger market like the Yankees or LA Dodgers. Teams like Boston and the Chicago Cubs could also be in the mix.”