On the mound or in the batter’s box, Shohei Ohtani can do it all. Despite being a pitcher, the Los Angeles Angels star can rip home runs with the best of them. That being said, in Ohtani’s ten years playing Japanese and Major League Baseball, he has never hit a grand slam.

Until now.

In the seventh inning, Ohtani blasted a 413 foot rocket to left field to get his first grand slam and put the Angels up 11-3 over the Tampa Bay Rays.

This came after Ohtani and Mike Trout teamed up to hit back-to-back home runs in consecutive swings in the sixth.

The baseball world was once again in awe of Ohtani’s performance. No matter how often it happens, it’s incredible every time.

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