The MLB season is right around the corner with opening day this Thursday, so I decided to get into the baseball spirit by asking ChatGPT to build me the perfect MLB Player.
If you don't know what ChatGPT is, you will soon find out. Basically, it's an AI language system where you give it a command, and it pumps out an answer in seconds.
I have asked ChatGPT to build me the perfect MLB player with the characteristics of the players around the league, and here is what it gave:
Sure, let's create the perfect MLB player using the characteristics of current great players in the league!
Let's start with hitting. We'll take the smooth and powerful swing of Los Angeles Angels' Shohei Ohtani, who is known for his ability to crush the ball with ease. We'll also add in the contact hitting skills of Boston Red Sox's Xander Bogaerts, who consistently hits for a high average and rarely strikes out.
For speed and agility, we'll take the base-stealing prowess of Washington Nationals' Trea Turner, who is one of the fastest players in the league and a master at stealing bases. We'll also add in the fielding and range of Atlanta Braves' outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr., who has an incredible ability to track down fly balls and make spectacular catches.
On the pitching side, we'll take the velocity and control of New York Mets' ace Jacob deGrom, who consistently throws over 100 miles per hour and has incredible command of all his pitches. We'll also add in the devastating breaking ball of Los Angeles Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw, who has one of the best curveballs in the game.
Finally, we need a strong arm, so we'll take the cannon of Chicago Cubs' third baseman Kris Bryant, who has one of the strongest arms in the league and can make throws from any position on the field.
So, our perfect MLB player would have the smooth and powerful swing of Shohei Ohtani, the contact hitting skills of Xander Bogaerts, the speed and agility of Trea Turner and Ronald Acuna Jr., the velocity and control of Jacob deGrom, the devastating breaking ball of Clayton Kershaw, and the strong arm of Kris Bryant.
Of course, it's impossible to create the perfect player by combining the best parts of multiple players, but it's fun to imagine what it might look like. In reality, each player brings their own unique skill set to the game, and that's what makes baseball such a great sport to watch.
So of course, with this information, I made a graphic for this made-up player.
Let me know what league you want me to do next!