SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Across the globe, everybody is watching Shohei Ohtani in awe and intrigue. Major League Baseball can only love the attention from around the world surrounding the Angels’ two-way star and the spotlight he’s brought to the sport.
Can Ohtani keep this up? An encore to a sensational first half? He leads the majors with 33 home runs and has shown no signs of . . .