Dodger Stadium, the home of the Los Angeles Dodgers, has been universally lauded as one of the best ballparks in MLB.
Fans, players, coaches, and media members love everything about it.
The park was the venue in which the 2022 MLB All-Star Game was played.
It hosted a myriad of stars last night, and was the witness of the American League’s 3-2 victory over the National League.
Even though he plays for the “other” Los Angeles team, Ohtani said he felt welcomed at Dodger Stadium.
Fans greeted him with cheers and applauses, which the star appreciated.
“Shohei Ohtani was appreciative of the reception he received from the fans at Dodger Stadium. He said it’s one of his favorite places to play,” Rhett Bollinger, the Angels’ beat writer for MLB.com, tweeted.
Shohei Ohtani was appreciative of the reception he received from the fans at Dodger Stadium. He said it’s one of his favorite places to play.
— Rhett Bollinger (@RhettBollinger) July 20, 2022
You Just Can’t Hate Ohtani
It’s impossible not to love Ohtani.
If you like baseball, try to think of any situation or hypothetical play or place in which you would boo Ohtani.
You can’t, right?
He is impossible to hate, and very easy to love and admire.
He does things no one else can do on a baseball field.
For example, he is hitting .258/.348/.486 with 19 home runs and 10 stolen bases as an offensive player.
On the mound, he has been the Angels’ ace and then some, with a strong 2.38 ERA in 87 innings, with a whopping 123 strikeouts.
He is also fun-loving, genuine, and smiles all the time.
His peers love him, and fans adore him.
Ohtani is taking home a great memory from Dodger Stadium, and vice versa.