Shohei Ohtani is a Japanese professional baseball player who currently plays in MLB. He is known for his exceptional two-way skills as both a pitcher and a hitter. Ohtani joined the Los Angeles Angels in 2018 and quickly made an impact, showcasing his powerful pitching arm and impressive batting prowess. As a pitcher, he can throw a fastball that reaches speeds of over 100 miles per hour. As a hitter, he has displayed great power, consistently hitting home runs and contributing offensively to his team. Ohtani's unique abilities and success have made him one of the most exciting and talked-about players in MLB in recent years.

MLB stands for Major League Baseball. It is a professional baseball league in North America consisting of 30 teams, 15 in the American League and 15 in the National League. MLB is the highest level of play in professional baseball and is widely considered the premier baseball league in the world. The league's regular season typically runs from April to September, followed by the postseason playoffs in October, culminating in the World Series, which determines the champion of MLB.