Shohei Ohtani is a top-five offensive player in baseball right now while also being a top-25 starting pitcher. He's an incredible, multifaceted talent, which makes his value to the Los Angeles Angels that much higher. Joel Sherman gets that. Brian Kenny doesn't. 

During a segment on MLB Network, Kenny argued that Ohtani should focus on offense full-time because it would make him even better and more impactful. Sherman was apoplectic, not understanding how Kenny didn't get it. Ohtani is already one of the best offensive players in the league and he's been largely great on the mound. Why change anything?