Manga baseball re-release with 30% strikeout strikeout, “Ohtani will win the MVP” I’m sure
Can Shohei Ohtani, a two-time hitter for the Los Angeles Angels, win the league MVP again this year with an overwhelming performance?
In 2021,메이저놀이터 Ohtani recorded 100 hits, 100 RBIs, 100 runs, 100 innings, and 100 strikeouts for the first time ever in 2021, and harvested the unanimous American League MVP. Last year, he filled the required innings and at-bats for the first time, but finished second in the MVP after competing with Aaron Judge (62) for the most home runs in a season in the league.
Will Ohtani win MVP again this season, ahead of his first free agent debut in the major leagues? According to the predictions of the writers on the official website of Major League Baseball, it is possible. On the 9th (Korean time), the website above held an MVP vote for the two major leagues in advance, and 30 out of 43 participants picked Ohtani as the American League MVP.
The website above reads, “In 2023, Ohtani is showing another MVP-level performance since the 2021 MVP. Ohtani is leading the American League in strikeouts with 59 strikeouts in 39 innings, and has a 2.54 ERA with 4 wins and no losses. More than ever on the mound. Everything looks good,” he explained.
“At bat, he is hitting well with 34 games, 7 homers, 22 RBIs, a batting average of 0.301, a slugging percentage of 0.526, and an on-base percentage of 0.369. Ohtani is leading the Angels’ 20-16 record. The Angels are fighting hard to win the American League West title this year.” told
Ohtani participated in the WBC in March and raised concerns about his physical fitness, but after successfully completing the tournament, he is playing the season with ease. It feels like the ‘cartoon baseball’ that surprised everyone in 2021 has returned with a more colorful sequel. This is the reason why the major league homepage writers are returning his MVP.
Candidates to compete with Ohtani for the American League MVP include Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Wander Franco, Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Matt Chapman, Tampa Bay outfielder Randy Arosarena, and Ohtani teammate outfielder Mike Trout.
Meanwhile, Ohtani starts the home game against the Houston Astros on the 10th and aims for his 5th win of the season. On the previous day (9th), he scored 1 RBI, 2 doubles, and 2 doubles, including a tie, and raised his batting average from 0.295 to 0.301. Continuing his momentum at bat, he will challenge for a 5-game winning streak on the mound.