Spring Training Report: Has Shohei Ohtani Finally Returned To Form?Spring Training Report looks at a seemingly healthy Shohei Ohtani, Jacob deGrom's increasing velocity and teams' plans to have fans in seats.
Baseball Report: MLB On Pace To Smash Season Home Run RecordThe home runs keep flying, with Major League teams hitting them out at a rate that far exceeds the 2017 record-setting season.
After Arm Surgery Recommended, Ohtani Has Big Night At PlateIn the game against the Texas Rangers, Shohei Ohtani didn't pitch, but homered twice after getting bad news about his injured elbow.
The Baseball Report: The New York Mets Are On FireThe New York Mets have won six straight on the strength of veteran additions like Adrian Gonzalez and Todd Frazier and good pitching.
Japanese Baseball Fans Thrilled With Shohei Ohtani's Strong StartShohei Ohtani's electrifying start with the Angels has certainly sent a jolt of excitement through his fans back home in Japan. Ohtani homered in his second straight home game Wednesday.
Shohei Ohtani's Desire To Play Both Ways Should Be ApplaudedShohei Ohtani is a special talent, attempting to become a productive two-way player. His pursuit of something that hasn't been done in 100 years should be applauded.
Shohei Ohtani Hits First MLB Homer In First Angel Stadium At-BatShohei Ohtani hit his first major league home run in his first Angel Stadium at-bat, taking a curtain call after his three-run homer on Tuesday night against the Indians.
Rangers Know They Have Challenges In Tougher AL WestThe AL West is home to the World Series champion Houston Astros and now Shohei Ohtani, the pitcher-outfielder from Japan coveted by the Rangers before he signed instead with the Los Angeles Angels.
Ohtani Spurns Rangers, Signs With AngelsShohei Ohtani, the prized gem on the MLB market, has agreed to sign with the Los Angeles Angels.
Rangers Among 7 Teams Ohtani To Consider Signing WithShohei Ohtani has cut the field of teams he's considering to five clubs on the West Coast plus the Chicago Cubs and Texas Rangers.
MLB Owners Approve Japan Deal, Allowing Ohtani Bidding To BeginShohei Ohtani was put up for bid Friday for the maximum $20 million posting fee, starting a 21-day window for the 23-year-old player to reach agreement with an MLB team.