What Shohei Ohtani Can Learn From Tiger Woods And Kobe Bryant

  • 2 months ago
There are few athletes on the planet as marketable as Shohei Ohtani. His otherworldly talent, often drawing comparisons to Babe Ruth, coupled with good looks and charisma, has made the 29-year-old Japanese superstar baseball’s preeminent pitchman—on both sides of the Pacific.

Forbes estimates Ohtani now earns $60 million annually off the field, before taxes and agents’ fees, thanks to a robust stable of sponsors that includes U.S. companies such as Fanatics, Salesforce and New Balance, as well as Japanese brands Seiko, Kosé, DIP and Nishikawa.

Read the full story on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/justinbirnbaum/2024/03/26/shohei-ohtani-gambling-scandal-interpreter-ippei-mizuhara-tiger-woods-car-crash-kobe-bryant/?sh=24e4981f31d4

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