“I think I will receive 500 to 600 million dollars
.” He predicts that Shohei Ohtani (29, LA Angels) will easily break his own record.
Ohtani will be eligible for free agency after this season. Already, prospects are pouring in that he will be the protagonist of the first ever contract worth 500 million dollars (about 647.5 billion won). Ohtani’s teammate Mike Trout (32), who signed a long-term contract with the Angels for 12 years and 426.5 million dollars (approximately 55.2 billion won), the largest in major league history, also said that Ohtani would not only pay 500 million dollars but also 600 million dollars (approximately 7773 billion won). billion) contracts are expected to be possible. It is an astronomical amount close to 800 billion won in Korean currency.바카라사이트
Trout mentioned Mookie Betts and Ohtani in the podcast ‘On Base’ of ‘Bleacher Report’ released on the 22nd (Korean time). At this meeting, Trout was asked a question about Ohtani’s free agent ransom, and Trout said without hesitation, “I think I will receive 500 to 600 million dollars. It will be a huge amount.” Ohtani is already predicting that he will surpass his own record.
Just looking at Ohtani’s performance this season, you can see that Trout’s prospects are not unreasonable. On this day, Ohtani appeared as a starting pitcher in the ‘Freeway Series’ game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, striking out 12 in 7 innings and giving up 1 run. Ohtani is the first Angels pitcher to record 12 strikeouts against the Dodgers in one game.
Ohtani, who has thrown 89 innings in 15 games as a pitcher this year and recorded an ERA of 3.13 with 6 wins and 3 losses, has a batting average of .292, on-base percentage of .377, slugging percentage of .616, and OPS of .993 as a hitter with 24 homers, 58 RBIs and 10 stolen bases. He is considered a strong American League MVP candidate. It is noteworthy whether Ohtani, who has already won the 2021 American League MVP, will be able to win the MVP again.
That’s how Ohtani’s ransom is skyrocketing. Now even superstar teammates are predicting that they will “get $500-$600 million.” If Ohtani appears in the free agent market after this season, attention is already focused on who can afford the astronomical ransom and make bold bets.