Reigning American League MVP Shohei Ohtani is ready to go in 2022.
The Los Angeles Angels star put on a historic show in 2021 and is sure to continue his journey this year as he looks to become the new face of Major League Baseball.
And Ohtani feels good heading into 2022, claiming that he is already feeling even stronger than he did last season.
The young star is only getting better, which is scary for the rest of baseball, as teams try to figure out how to contain Ohtani as he continues to rise on his way to becoming a baseball legend, the likes of which hasn’t been seen since Babe Ruth.
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The Sky Is The Limit
If Ohtani says he feels even stronger after putting together a historic season, you had best believe it.
He is still young and has a ton of upside.
This is a guy who nobody wants to face while at the plate or on the mound.
Baseball hasn’t seen a two-way star of this caliber since Ruth way back when.
He’s only going to get better.
He seems to have overcome the injury struggles that plagued him early on in his career, and now he’s creating some real buzz around the game.
Is there really a better way to help fix the game after the lockout than to have Ohtani put on another show?
This man has the potential to save baseball and bring it back to its rightful state.
All he needs now is to have a chance to shine on the October stage.
That is the one thing he has been missing, and if he can experience the bright lights of the postseason, he’ll be sure to put on an epic display in front of the entire baseball world.