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Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani’s two-way showing was a success and there needs to be more of it – ESPN

It was part Little League magic, part elite professional prowess and completely engrossing. That’s why the answer to whether the Angels should try to use Ohtani…

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — There was a moment in Sunday’s Chicago White Sox-Los Angeles Angels game that would’ve passed as a nondescript subtlety if not for the obvious constraints that have come to define Major League Baseball. It was the start of the third inning. Shohei Ohtani made the final out in the second, a hard line-out to center field, so he quickly retreated to the dugout, dropped off his helmet, picked up his glove and jogged back to the mound. On his way there, he noticed his back pocket was…

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