When the sounds of the bats begin and the boxes of Cracker Jacks are opened this April marking the beginning of another Major League Baseball season, all eyes will be on Angel Stadium of Anaheim to witness perhaps the game’s greatest talent since Babe Ruth. Shohei Ohtani, the 23-year-old phenom who signed with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim during the off season, is a flame-throwing ace pitcher AND a power-hitting slugger in a 6-foot, 4-inch, 203-pound frame. Highly recruited by teams throughout the league, Ohtani’s numbers are mindboggling: As a pitcher the Japanese League, he posted 48 wins vs. 15 losses over five season with a 2.52 ERA. At the plate, he posted a plus .300 batting average his last two seasons and 48 home runs during his brief career in the Japanese League. By all accounts, Ohtani could be the game-changing player the Angels need to recapture the American League Pennant and the organization’s second World Series championship.