Shohei Ohtani, 29, who is expected to sign a contract totaling $500 million (approximately KRW 653 million) in the upcoming Major League Baseball (MLB) free agency period, has donated baseball gloves to every elementary school in Japan. “I am donating a total of 60,000 baseball gloves, three each, to all 20,000 elementary schools in Japan,” Ohtani said on his social networking site Instagram on Sept. 9 (local time).
“I hope they will have a healthy and enjoyable day through baseball, and I look forward to playing baseball with the children who use these gloves in the future,” he added. At 100,000 won per glove, the total value of the glove is worth 6 billion won ($6 million).Santa Otani’s gift, which came more than a month early, consisted of three gloves in one box. On Instagram, Ohtani posted a photo of himself 바카라사이트 wearing the same product he donated, along with the words “Let’s play baseball!” and an autograph.