Shohei Otani (Los Angeles Dodgers)’s dog ‘Decopin’, which became a hot topic in the Major League Baseball (MLB) Stove League this winter, received a US visa.Of course, it is a fake visa for an event.On the 11th, U.S. Ambassador to Japan Rahm Emanuel posted a photo of himself gifting a fake dog visa to Ohtani through his social media account.According to ESPN, Ohtani recently visited the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Japan, and Ambassador Emanuel prepared a special event to celebrate the contract with the Dodgers.
The U.S. Embassy in Japan also attracted attention by creating a fake visa with a witty expression. The passport number was written as ‘000MVPUP000’, a combination of the Most Valuable Player Award (MVP) that Otani received last season and puppy (puppy), and the control number was written as ‘000GOODBOY000’ (good boy, good guy).Ohtani attracted attention by holding a dog during a video interview for the American League MVP award last year.
It was also predicted that Otani, who was a free agent in the United States, would have chosen the dog’s name as his next destination.After signing a huge 10-year contract with the Dodgers worth a total of $700 million, Ohtani was asked a related question at the press conference after joining the team and revealed that his pet dog’s name was ‘Decopin’.This is a world where superstar Ohtani’s every move becomes a hot topic.Meanwhile, dogs do not need a U.S. visa.However, when visiting the United States with a dog, a pet health certificate and 슬롯게이밍 quarantine certificate are required.