The Boston Red Sox are often talked about as a top choice for Shohei Ohtani. We don't need to hype his skills; Ohtani has already proven himself as a top-quality player. Having someone like him on any team is a dream scenario.
But guessing where he'll go next is tough. Mark Feinsand from MLB.com discussed Breslow's tenure and what adding Ohtani to the team could mean in one of his articles
"Ohtani is said to love hitting at Fenway Park, and in his two career starts there, he’s allowed one run while striking out 14 over nine innings.
Just as Chaim Bloom’s tenure was defined by his early trade of Mookie Betts, perhaps (Breslow’s) run as chief baseball officer will be launched by the signing of the two-time American League Most Valuable Player."-MLB.com's Mark Feinsand wrote.
Los Angeles Dodgers
The Los Angeles Dodgers are one of the main contenders to sign him. Mark Feinsand is aware that Ohtani will not return to the pitch until 2025. However, every team would love to have him on their team. The team would be significantly strengthened.
Looking at the names they currently have, the potential arrival of Ohtani would mean even bigger things for them. "Although a number of teams are planning to take their shot at Ohtani -- the Mets, Giants, Cubs, Red Sox, Rangers and Angels among them -- I would still take the Dodgers against the field.
Los Angeles has seemingly been playing the long game for the past year or two in anticipation of signing Ohtani, and even though he won’t be able to pitch until 2025, just imagine sending out a lineup every night with Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman and Ohtani hitting in the first inning.
What a scary thought for the rest of the league."- he wrote.