Shohei Ohtani, a two-way superstar for the Angels who is a pending free agent, underwent elbow surgery,
according to USA Today MLB insider Bob Nightengale, and won't be able to pitch again until at least 2025.
In the 2024 MLB season, he can only play designated hitter.Before his recent injuries,
it was widely believed that Shohei Ohtani could sign a $700 million contract. As witnessed lately with Carlos Correa,
when the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets both made him a contract offer but then declined to sign him because of his potential for injuries,
it appears likely that most organizations won't want to commit to him to that extent.
In light of the most recent injury, which teams might decide to bench Ohtani?
If these three teams experience the classic "cold feet" when it comes to free agency, don't be shocked.
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