Shohei Ohtani is the greatest player in Major League Baseball history. There. I said it. He’s not the sport’s greatest hitter. Barry Bonds is. He’s not baseball’s greatest pitcher. Randy Johnson is. Ohtani isn’t better than both individually. Otani can do baseball things those two singularly couldn’t do. Ohtani is an extremely good hitter, particularly a power hitter, and he can steal bases as he possesses elite speed. He’s the best combination of both power and speed since Bonds when Bonds was in his prime. But, Bonds couldn’t throw a 97 mph moving heater and a...Continue reading...
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