The Japanese star 22 year old, who throws 103 but also drops bombs off of the top of a dome where they have to make up a rule and call it a ground rule double,
could be in the MLB sooner rather than later.
"SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Over the course of the next week we will see the game's best and brightest being feted with Cy Youngs and MVPs, among other major trophies. But one name you won't hear announced on any of these awards shows is arguably the most dynamic baseball talent in the world.
Shohei Otani just led the Nippon Ham Fighters to the Japan Series title and this