Ohtani to address allegations against ex-interpreter

Ohtani to address allegations against ex-interpreter

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Ohtani to address allegations against ex-interpreter

On Monday, Shohei Ohtani is expected to speak out about the accusations made against Ippei Mizuhara, his former translator.

According to the accusations, Mizuhara took part in a big theft from Ohtani. Ohtani made known that he will be speaking to the media on Monday. This would be his first public remarks since the theft allegations became public.

In response to Ohtani’s impending announcement, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he believes that speaking up is the proper course of action, and he is excited to share his knowledge and opinions on the matter at hand.

There have been concerns raised about Ohtani’s thoughts on Mizuhara’s supposed treachery and how he and his agents were ignorant of the rumored 4.5 million-dollar transfer to an unlicensed bookmaking operation in Orange County. There’s also the ESPN interview that Mizuhara was set up for, in which he first stated that Ohtani had settled his debts from gambling, a claim that was later denied by Ohtani’s representative as well as by Mizuhara.

Although Ohtani is anticipated to talk with media, his availability for interviews may be constrained by current federal, Internal Revenue Service, and Major League Baseball investigations. Officials from the team and players usually avoid talking about issues that are still being investigated.

Fans, the media, and even Ohtani’s new teammates have been confused about the circumstances at hand. Roberts observes that what he has witnessed is essentially “business as usual,” despite the scandal, and Ohtani appears to be concentrated on baseball.

Ohtani’s previous teammates expressed support and shock. Mickey Moniak, an outfielder with the Angels, claimed that no one realized what was going on.
It’s still unknown how much Ohtani knew about Mizuhara’s behavior and their relationship. Roberts underscored the team’s concentration on the game.

In addition, the Dodgers announced that Bobby Miller would start the team’s second game against the St. Louis Cardinals in replacement of Yoshinobu Yamamoto due to schedule conflicts. This choice has nothing to do with Yamamoto’s MLB debut performance.

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