Shohei Ohtani is the epitome of baseball excellence. The Los Angeles Angels star is unique in the sense that he’s the only two-way player in the league today. One day, he’ll be pitching strikeouts like it’s nothing. The next day, he’ll be bombing away homers as the designated hitter of the team.

His ability to pitch AND hit at a high-level has drawn comparison to a former legend of the game. On Saturday night, Shohei Ohtani inched closer to Babe Ruth’s legacy, as the Angels star hit his 100th home run. The Japanese phenom became the second person in league history to hit 100 HRs and strike out 250 batters. Wow. (via ESPN Stats and Info)