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Baseball Hasn't Seen a Player Like Shohei Ohtani Since Babe Ruth

Los Angeles Angels sensation Shohei Ohtani became the first player in the 91-year history of Major League Baseball's All-Star game to earn a selection as both a hitter and a pitcher. He's also slated to participate in the Home Run Derby. The Japanese phenom leads all of baseball this season with 31 home runs. But what separates him from nearly every player in MLB history is his equally elite pitching ability. Ohtani seems to rewrite the league's record books every time he steps on the field.

Baseball Hasn't Seen a Player Like Shohei Ohtani Since Babe Ruth

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