Shohei Ohtani is like a combination of Justin Herbert and T.J. Watt – Jeff Passan | BBTN Extra

ESPN published this video item, entitled “Shohei Ohtani is like a combination of Justin Herbert and T.J. Watt – Jeff Passan | BBTN Extra” – below is their description.

Kiley McDaniel, Alden Gonzalez, Pablo S. Torre and Jeff Passan discuss why people aren’t talking more about Los Angeles Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani.

0:00 Pablo is “furious” people aren’t talking more about Ohtani.

2:23 Alden explains why people outside Southern California aren’t talking much about Ohtani.

4:15 Is anyone in baseball more valuable than Ohtani?

6:02 Passan compares Ohtani to a combination of T.J. Watt and Jusitn Herbert.

7:23 Is Pablo wrong that Ohtani is the best player we’ve seen in 100 years?

10:09 Kiley discusses some potential “Next Ohtanis.”

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