Amid the pouring in of large-scale free agent contracts, interest in the ransom of prospective free agent Shohei Ohtani (28) is also heating up.

American media Sports Illustrated talked about “how much money Ohtani will get.” Standing tall as a major league icon, Ohtani is expected to be able to win the largest contract in history.

In this Stove League, many players signed long-term contracts. Aaron Judge, who received the most attention, signed a 9-year, 3-year, $60 million contract with the 토토사이트 New York Yankees, Carlos Correa with the San Francisco Giants for 13 years, $350 million, Trey Turner with the Philadelphia Phillies for 11 years, $300 million, Xander Bogaerts also signed a 11-year, $280 million contract, and Dansby Swanson signed a 7-year, $177 million contract with the Chicago Cubs.

Naturally, the gaze goes to Ohtani. When the season ends next year, Ohtani will become a free agent. If Ohtani, who boasts outstanding skills in both pitching and hitting, is recruited, the mound and batting line can be strengthened at the same time.

Ohtani won the unanimous American League MVP in the 2021 season, and in the 2022 season, he achieved both innings and at-bats for the first time in major league history. He went 15-9 with a 2.33 earned run average as a pitcher all season, and as a hitter, he posted 34 home runs, a batting average of 0.273 and 95 RBIs.

First of all, Ohtani has to accompany the LA Angels until next year. He signed a 2023 $30 million contract. There were trade rumors, but Ohtani stayed with the Angels. He can sign an extension contract with his original team, but if Ohtani is greedy for both money and championships, he may move to another team.

It is also an advantage to acquire FA qualification in your 20s. All players who signed long-term contracts this winter are in their 30s. The media said, “The easiest way is for Ohtani to get a blank check and write down the amount he wants,” and said, “Ohtani will sign the biggest contract in major league history.”

Citing the example of colleague Mike Trout, “Trout has now signed a $426.5 million contract, which is the largest contract in major league history. Ohtani has similar batting performance to Trout, and considering he is a top pitcher, he is worth $500 million. will be the starting line,” predicting that Ohtani will sign a contract with the highest amount written on it.

“If Ohtani decides to leave the Angels, either team could be a favorite in 2024,” he said.