With negotiations to end the lockout finally beginning again between the owners and players, the once jeopardized start of the season is looking a bit more optimistic now.
It might seem crazy to predict that Ohtani will follow up what was arguably
the greatest individual season in baseball history with another historic, MVP-caliber season, but if the current projections are anything to go by, he might just do it.
If the 2022 projections are accurate, Shohei Ohtani might just win his second AL MVP in a row.
As always, remember that these projections are simply meant to give a baseline look at how a player may perform, meaning for a reigning MVP like Ohtani, these stats could be considered the bare minimum of what he might actually do.
With that in mind, let's see what Ohtani has in store for us.