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Shohei Ohtani agrees to sign with Angels

LOS ANGELES - The Angels pulled off a massive surprise Friday in earning the commitment of Japanese pitching/hitting sensation Shohei Ohtani, perhaps the most widely wooed prospect in baseball history. His decision to sign with the Angels for relative peanuts could alter the middling franchise's course forever: They could slot him atop their starting rotation and in the middle of their lineup for years

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