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Shohei Ohtani achieves what baseball hasn’t seen in 100 years

California Angel Shohei Ohtani shattered yet another baseball milestone Wednesday night, reports ESPN.

He became the first player since 1920 to record 10 strikeouts, drive in two runs and steal a base. You can watch the highights here.

According to Clutchpoints, the two way superstar is on pace for another 30 home run, 20 stolen base season. Its possible he could follow last years Most Valuable Player season with a Cy Young this year, the award that goes to the best pitcher. So far at the halfway point of the season, he has 8 wins and four losses. He’s given up an average of just 2.44 runs a game and he has struck out 111 batters.

“He continues when you think he’s done more than you expect, he does it again,” said Angel’s manager Ray Montgomery. “So tonight was just another example of it. From the first inning on, you could see him getting stronger.”

“He’s got a variety of pitches,” said Marlins manager Ray Mattingly about Ohtani after his team went down 5-2 against the Angels. “He can dial it up when he wants to. He never seems to get rattled.”

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