Shohei Ohtani wrote out his life goals in high school, and they'll leave you feeling underachieved
By now, you should have heard about Shohei Ohtani--the two-way phenom from Japan. He will wear a Major League uniform in 2018 -- for which team is still to be determined -- but he will surely put on a show no matter where he ends up. But even before that, he's been the main buzz during the offseason.
Ohtani will only be 23 come Opening Day, but back in high school, he set some very impressive and specific goals for himself. A Japanese television show aired photos of those goals, and users on Reddit translated them to English.
The goals ranged from age 18 all the way through 42:
Everything from joining the bigs, winning a World Series title, starting a family and even when he plans to retire were written down.
Kind of makes you feel like you have a lot you want to accomplish, doesn't it?