Even then, with Albert Pujols and Nelson Cruz in their current stead, giving Ohtani consistent at-bats as DH could become an issue - especially to the defensive arrangement of each respective club.
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Brian Cashman, the Yankees general manager, revealed that Ohtani's representatives informed him that Ohtani, one of the most intriguing players to come out of Japan in more than a decade, will not choose the Yankees. The feedback from that was outstanding, but I did get a sense that I can't change that we're a big market and I can't change that we're in the East. The New York Mets, Oakland Athletics, Pittsburgh Pirates and Milwaukee Brewers are also among the teams told they won't sign Ohtani. So that was something that presentation or not, might be a hard thing to overcome.
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The Cubs, Dodgers and Giants are restricted to $300,000 maximums in the signing period through June 15 as penalties for exceeding their bonus pools in 2015-16 and the Padres are limited to $300,000 for going over in 2016-17. But I'm better than that, so sign wherever the heck you want, Ohtani. The more surprising storyline is that he said no to the Yankees, who were believed to be the favorites in the sweepstakes for the two-way Japanese superstar.