Ohtani Shohei (LA Angels) drama is running towards the end.

In the end, there are many observations that the owner of Arte Moreno will not allow the Ohtani trade. The American media urges Moreno’s owner to make a decision with various rational arguments, but the Angels are unmoving. Now, if there is not a huge proposal with a great twist by 7:00 on the 2nd of next month (Korean time), the Ohtani drama will promise this winter.온라인바카라

If so, is there a club that can use a drama with a last-minute twist? On the 26th (hereinafter Korean time), CBS Sports ranked the eight teams that will trade for Ohtani. The Texas Rangers are still #1. MLB.com said the Arizona Diamondbacks and Baltimore Orioles had emerged as new candidates the day before, but CBS Sports’ opinion did not change.

Of course, CBS Sports also placed Baltimore in second place. It was followed by the Tampa Bay Rays, LA Dodgers, Cincinnati Reds, San Diego Padres, New York Yankees, and San Francisco Giants, ranked 3rd through 8th. Realistically, the odds seem low.

The teams with the least potential are Texas, Arizona, and Baltimore. Analysts from CBS Sports say that Texas wants to somehow make up for the pain of losing Jacob deGrom, a super ace worth $185 million over five years. DeGrom was sidelined from his first season with Tommy John surgery. Moreover, a year ago, he has also been aggressively recruiting players, such as signing Corey Seager and Marcus Semien at the same time.

CBS Sports predicted that if Texas acquired Ohtani, they would sell outfielder Evan Carter, infielder Ezekiel Duran and right-hander Zach Leiter to the Angels. Carter and Duran are key prospects, and Leiter also evaluated them as having high growth potential.

CBS Sports said, “Texas has to make a decision to become a champion. Adding Ohtani to the roster makes the team even scarier.” Then he said, “Who knows? You have to remember that when Ohtani first came to the major leagues, Texas was one of the finalists.” This is the story when I went to the Angels through the US-Japan posting system in the 2017-2018 offseason.

Of course, CBS Sports said, “It is unclear whether the owner of the Angels Moreno is willing to approve any deal, let alone within the division.” Texas is the same American League West division as the Angels. There was constant talk that Moreno’s owner would never send Ohtani to a West Coast club that was in the same division.

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