Now that Japanese star Shohei Ohtani has chosen to bring his unique two-way talent to Anaheim, one significant question remains: How will the Angels use the right-handed pitcher/left-handed slugger?
MLB players had some fun reactions after they found out that Shohei Ohtani had signed with the Angels.
The baseball world is waiting with bated breath for international two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani to announce which team will gain his services, but his signing might not be the end of the story. MLB officials told ESPN's Buster Olney there could be an immediate investigation into the recruitment and signing process. "The commissioner's attention on […]
After Japanese superstar Shohei Ohtani met with the San Diego Padres on Tuesday, it concluded his seventh and final meeting with MLB teams, though it’s unclear when he’ll make a decision on where to sign, reports Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports. The San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers were the first two teams to […]
Though the Cardinals never anticipated being in the running to land two-way Japanese star Shohei Ohtani, the organization officially learned on Sunday that they are not among the clubs being considered by the free agent.
The Reds and general manager Dick Williams put a lot of time and attention in efforts to recruit Japanese superstar Shohei Ohtani. But it appears that they are not one of the finalists to sign the two-way player.
Could Shohei Ohtani pitch, hit and play the outfield for the Cubs? Manager Joe Maddon is definitely intrigued by the idea of having a two-way player.
Shohei Ohtani was a fit for the Indians in many ways, but acquiring the Japanese phenom was always a long shot for the Tribe. Now, Cleveland is on the outside looking in as the unique recruiting process for the two-way superstar heads into its final stages.
The Astros’ planned “full-court press” to land Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani never really got a chance to materialize. A source confirmed to MLB.com on Monday morning that the Astros weren’t one of the teams Ohtani and his representatives planned to meet with this week.
Shohei Ohtani's agent reportedly asks MLB team to detail how they plan to use his client.
NEW YORK — Major league teams were given homework this weekend by Shohei Ohtani. The agent for the star pitcher and outfielder asked for written explanations in English and Japanese on how Ohtani would fit into each organization intending to bid and what makes the team attractive, according to details
The initial stages of the bidding for Shohei Ohtani have begun. Major-league clubs received notice from Ohtani's agent Friday night asking all interested teams to submit written explanations on how the two-way star would fit into their organization, according to The Associated Press. Written submissions were requested in both English and Japanese. Teams were asked […]