Shohei Ohtani Reveals Which MLB Star He Studies To Improve Hitting

Shohei Ohtani hasn’t signed with a Major League Baseball team yet, but he’s already doing his homework in preparation for his fleet to the United States.

Ohtani has become one of the most sought-after International free agents in recent memory due to his ability to both pitch and hit at a high level. While it’s unclear what role the Japanese phenom will serve once in the MLB, the 23-year-old clearly is taking his hitting very seriously.

Bryce Harper certainly knows the feeling of being surrounded by heavy fanfare upon arriving to the big leagues, but the Washington Nationals star has lived up to the hype and then some. Through six MLB seasons, Harper owns a career .285 batting average with 785 hits, 421 RBI and 150 home runs. He’s also a five-time All-Star and won the National League Most Valuable Player award in 2015.

We wonder which pitcher Ohtani has studied tape on?

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