As World Series shifts to Atlanta, baseball’s era of pitchers hitting could be at an end-Ryan Fagan

At some point over the next three World Series games, a pitcher not named Shohei Ohtani will step to the plate for the final time as a pitcher. This moment will mark the end of a long, tradition-rich history in Major League Baseball. It is inevitable, and it is bittersweet.

At some point over the next three World Series games, a pitcher not named Shohei Ohtani will step to the plate for the final time as a pitcher. This moment will mark the end of a long, tradition-rich history in Major League Baseball. It is inevitable, and it is bittersweet.

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