How is your six-year experience… Ohtani has already mentioned candidates for the Hall of Fame

U.S. Major League Baseball superstar Shohei Ohtani (30, LA Dodgers) has already been selected as one of the players to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

MLB.com selected 40 candidates for the Hall of Fame induction that can be seen at the upcoming 2024 season baseball stadium on the 6th (Korea time). Regarding Ohtani, he said, “After spending only six seasons in the Major League, he is still a few years shorter than the 10 seasons needed to enter the Hall of Fame. I haven’t shown anything to the Dodgers yet. Considering that he is recovering from the second elbow surgery, I don’t know how much more he can do as a pitcher and batter.”헤라카지노

However, MLB.com said, “These points may be important issues, but they may not be,” adding, “It is hard to imagine Ohtani not to be immortalized in North New York (Coopers Town, where the Hall of Fame is located) no matter what career he has built in the future, given the endless praise of two MVPs, the Rookie of the Year awards, and the things that Babe Ruth has not done.” Although there is still an element of anxiety from the elbow surgery and nothing he has shown in the Dodgers yet, Ohtani is expected to be inducted into the Hall of Fame for his achievements.

Ohtani became a free agent at the end of last season and signed a 10-year, 700 million-dollar contract with the Dodgers. This is the largest contract in professional sports history, and it made headlines again as Ohtani and the Dodgers reportedly signed a “deferred payment” contract.

MLB.com named Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels, Justin Verlander of the Houston Astros and Max Scherzer of the Texas Rangers as the undisputed candidates for the Hall of Fame. Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke, and Joey Votto, who do not have a team yet, are also on the list of potential candidates.

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