Shohei Ohtani sets a personal season high with an outright power performance against the Angels.
Shohei Ohtani seemed to reach a new milestone every time he takes the field for the Los Angeles Angels.
He is always breaking records, whether it is an MLB record or a personal record.
That happened again on Saturday in the Angels' game against the Houston Astros, when Ohtani hit a 118-mph double to right center field.
According to Rhett Bollinger's tweet, Shohei Ohtani has hit a lot of hard baseballs this season, but none have been hit harder than that double.
Ohtani continues to astound the baseball world on a daily basis, as he is one of the best players the game has ever seen.
This isn't the first time Ohtani has reached new heights this week. He became the first player in MLB history to have
a 10-win season
We see excellent pitchers and sluggers in the MLB all the time, but it's exceedingly rare to see someone who can do both
Ohtani is a free agent at the end of the season and is anticipated to join a team that will put him on the largest platform in baseball.
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