The much awaited battle for Da Gu is finally over. Da Gu chose Da Gu, who was also in Los Angeles.DodgeThe team and signed a contract as high as US$700 million, breaking the record for the highest salary in North American sports history.
Shohei OtaniThis year, he pitched 132 innings, struck out 167 times, won 10 games, and had an ERA of 3.14. In terms of hitting, he had 44 home runs, 20 stolen bases, 95 RBI, and an OPS of 1.066. At the end of the season, he became a free agent. As a player, his every move has become the center of attention of the media and fans. His management team has issued a “quiet order” to all teams with whom he has contact. It was not until today that it was announced that Shohei Ohtani would be transferred to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
ohtani in los angelesangelHe has played a total of six seasons for the team. Known as having a “two-knife style”, he has made considerable contributions at both ends of the pitch. Not only did he win the Rookie of the Year award in his first year after joining, he also won the “Rookie of the Year” award in 2021 and 2023 respectively. The “unanimous vote” won two annual Most Valuable Player awards, and his WAR value over the six years of his Angels career was an astonishing 34.7.
Although the Angels intend to renew the contract with Shohei Ohtani, money does not seem to be their only consideration. Ohtani’s desire for wins and championships cannot be satisfied with this team that has only played in the playoffs once in the past 14 years.
The Dodgers will significantly upgrade their pitching and hitting after acquiring Ohtani Shohei. Not only will they be able to create a formidable connection with Freddy Freeman and Mookie Betts in the starting rotation, but they will also be able to create a starting rotation with Clayton Kershaw. ., Bobby Miller and Walker Buehler, but Ohtani will undergo surgery this year due to a right elbow injury. If you want to see him use the “two-knife style” again, you may have to wait until 2025.
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