Shohei Ohtani is a star in the making.
Ohtani is a once-in-a-generation talent and is set to break some records along the way, especially after his season last year in which he put up historic numbers on his way to winning American League MVP honors.
His former teammate, pitcher Alex Cobb, says that he is laser focused on breaking records, with the right-hander stating that Ohtani has literally asked him about world records in baseball.
Alex Cobb said he trained with Shohei Ohtani for a few weeks over the offseason. "When he trains, he wants to beat the world record. That's not exaggerating. He'll ask, `What's the world record?'"
— Andrew Baggarly (@extrabaggs) March 27, 2022
Motivated For More
This just goes to show how motivated Ohtani is to be the best player of all time.
It’s always nice to hear other players tell their stories about legends in the making and hear their perspective on what that player does in order to be the best at his craft.
Ohtani knows he is a special player and wants the rest of the baseball world to know that he’s after some records.
The first two-way star since Ruth has an incredibly bright future, and he doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
He is the new face of the game and loves the spotlight.
Cobb can certainly attest to Ohtani’s desire for success, having trained with him this past offseason.
Ohtani is ready to go in 2022.
He wants to win and continue to show the world what he can do.
He’s motivated to chase down any world record and break it, and he will stop at nothing to ensure that it gets done.
This story, courtesy of Cobb, is just further confirmation of the kind of competitor Ohtani is and strives to be.