On Monday, a flawless day for baseball in Los Angeles if it weren’t December, Sean Teng stood in the top deck of Dodger Stadium after a tour and nodded toward the Hollywood sign off in the distance.

Down below stood the right field stands where Shohei Ohtani, who has been called the modern incarnation of Babe Ruth, is expected to deposit home runs next year. The pitcher’s mound awaits him at some point, as well.

"Everything here is fit for Ohtani,” Teng said. "The food. The culture. The weather.”