Shohei Ohtani launches 3-run HR in first home at-bat for Angels

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Sho Time is off to a powerful start in Anaheim.

Shohei Ohtani hit his first major league home run in his first Angel Stadium at-bat, taking a curtain call after his three-run homer Tuesday night against the Cleveland Indians.

What have we learned about Shohei Ohtani so far?

A two-way Rookie of the Year or a bust waiting to happen? Here’s what Ohtani’s first week in the majors has taught us about his long-term potential.

  • Neshek unwraps rare signed Ohtani rookie card

    Phillies reliever Pat Neshek, noted for his robust memorabilia collection, unwrapped an autographed Shohei Ohtani rookie card on Monday. Neshek said he’ll have his dad put the card on eBay and use the proceeds to buy more cases of trading cards.

  • Ohtani capped a six-run first inning by lifting a ball out to center on a 2-2 count against Josh Tomlin. The Japanese two-way player got the silent treatment from teammates when he returned to the dugout, but not from the crowd. After players broke character and jumped around Ohtani to celebrate, Mike Trout pointed

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