If money talks, then the message is loud and clear: Shohei Ohtani’s marketing appeal is undeniable.

Ohtani made history at Tuesday’s All-Star Game in Denver, pitching a scoreless inning to earn the victory for the American League while grounding out twice as designated hitter – the first player to earn election to the Midsummer Classic as a pitcher and batter.

Major League Baseball is auctioning the game-worn jerseys of 65 All-Stars, the proceeds going to MLB Charities, and Ohtani is lapping the field there, too.