So if you haven't heard, Shohei Ohtani is pretty good at baseball. He's already made quite the first impression with the Los Angeles Dodgers. And on Tuesday, Ohtani homered in his spring training debut. The long ball came during his third at-bat against the Chicago White Sox.

Ohtani flexed his immense power with that swing. In all reality, that's probably a fly-out to left field for many hitters. Ohtani got under the 3-2 pitch and even the announcer didn't seem to think the ball was going to carry as far as it did.

But the ball continued to sail away from the left fielder and ultimately cleared the fence by plenty. It was an opposite field dinger for Shohei and he surely has Dodgers fans dreaming of a special season in LA.

Ohtani reportedly confirmed that he got under the pitch after exiting Tuesday's game, via Bob Nightengale.

“Shohei Ohtani thought he hit too high for HR,” Nightengale wrote on X (formerly Twitter).

As of this story's writing, Ohtani is 1-3 with a pair of RBI. His day is over, and he certainly gave fans at the game something to cheer about. Still, the Dodgers currently trail the White Sox 4-3.

Meanwhile, Bobby Miller drew the start and surrendered one earned run over two innings pitched. Many people around the MLB world expect Miller to have a breakout 2024 season.

It's an exciting time for Dodgers fans. They have a mixture of proven superstars and young exciting players. The sky's the limit for Shohei Ohtani and Los Angeles.