Angels two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani has homered for the 100th time in his MLB career. Pretty ridiculous considering the guy also serves as “ace” of the division-leading Angels’ rotation.
Face of baseball.
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This wasn’t a cheap homer, either. A laser to left center field that carried just over the Oakland Coliseum’s ‘388’ sign off Adam Oller. History.
Here’s how it sounded from Japan:
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The ball was, of course, certified by Major League Baseball and would eventually be sent up to the local Angels broadcast booth for a picture. Everyone knows Shohei Ohtani will go down as a legend for baseball, so grab all the pictures you can.
Shohei Ohtani number 100 made it to the booth! 💯 homers in the SHO! Sugoi! pic.twitter.com/0SKFKbrJeB
— Patrick O'Neal (@Patrick_ONeal) May 15, 2022