The two-way superstar is a genuine MVP talent as he proved over the past two seasons before he became a free agent. He won the AL MVP award in 2021 after a sensational year. Ohtani became the first player in AL or NL history with 45 home runs, 25 stolen bases, and five triples in a season.
Meanwhile, he was a finalist in 2022 as he pushed Aaron Judge all the way. Some people even thought that Ohtani’s efforts for the Angels were enough to secure him the award for a second time. The point is that any team that gets him won’t believe their luck because he has amazing talent (via MLB.com).