TORONTO – Shohei Ohtani is a ghost, his aura the only trace of him in the visitor’s clubhouse at Rogers Centre until he seemingly apparates onto the field to stretch, trailing the rest of his team’s position players by about 10 minutes.
It’s Sho-Time. First pitch is still a couple hours away.
As he goes through the paces, it becomes abundantly clear why the Los Angeles Angels‘ two-way phenom prefers not to mill about in the clubhouse, in plain sight of the media, before a game. The …
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