Shohei Ohtani's newest achievement may be his best.

For Shohei Ohtani, a standout pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels, making baseball history is now routine.

His most notable accomplishment to date, though, might be his most recent run-in with the record books.

According to ESPN Stats and Info, Ohtani only became the eighth player in baseball history,

on Sunday to have 40 home runs and 20 stolen bases in multiple seasons.Hank Aaron,

a Hall of Famer with the Atlanta Braves, became the first player in MLB history to,

have two seasons with 20 stolen bases and 40 home runs in 1966.

Jose Canseco of the Oakland Athletics was the first person to repeat the feat in 1991.

Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants entered the list as the third player five years later,


Top 6 Zodiac Signs with Healthy Suspicion