Shohei Ohtani is a freak of nature.
The Los Angeles Angels‘ star can both pitch and hit effectively at the major league level.
It seems as though every night we’re seeing a little history from him, whether he’s hitting tape-measure shots or having a Cy Young-caliber pitching performance.
This man can do it all on the baseball field.
And on Monday night, “Shotime” was ever prevalent in the Angels’ game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
With the Angels ahead 7-3 in the bottom of the seventh with the bases loaded, Ohtani hit an absolute blast to left that cleared the wall for his first career grand slam.
SHOHEI OHTANI HITS HIS FIRST CAREER GRAND SLAM 💥
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) May 10, 2022
First Time For Everything
It’s hard to believe Ohtani had never hit a grand slam in his career until now, but he finally has one to his name.
The grand slam was his second home run of the night, and it happened to be twice as special as the first one.
Ohtani sure put a dent in it.
We’re witnessing greatness at its finest every time Ohtani steps out onto a baseball field.
He has a knack for coming up big in the clutch and making history, but there may not be another player in baseball who is nearly as electrifying as Ohtani.
As expected, the Angels fans in attendance went absolutely insane for the grand slam, knowing it was a first for their iconic two-way star.
This man can do anything and everything on the baseball field and his abilities know absolutely no limits.
Who doesn’t love a little “Shotime,” especially when he hits a grand slam for the first time in his career?
More are sure to come if Ohtani continues on this path.