Might my ass. Trust me, if Enterprise was her target, the Big E would have sunk. No if ands or buts, she wouldn't have had a prayer. The Ten Go mission was a suicide mission. Everyone involved knew that. IF she made it, she would have been beached and never sailed again. But even the Japanese knew she wouldn't make it. Had she turned to engage the carrier force, it would have been destroyed but planes aren't as neccesary to war as infantry and she was sent to stop the Marines from landing on Okinawa.
I see the Yamato passionates you to a fault. The planes hit the Yamato over 200 miles from Okinawa. True, its main battery was powerful beyond measure, but even that artillery could only fire shells about 26 miles away. If I may take the Japanese movie "Yamato" for historic accuracy, a sub discovered it heading to Okinawa. It tried to take a detour but was spotted by two Martin spotter planes. After the main battery missed the planes, they rearranged course straight for Okinawa. It put up quite the fight, I won't contest that. But even if the sub hadn't spotted it, do you really think the US would be so careless that they wouldn't have spotters planes flying all around the carriers? They would have seen it coming before the main shells could even get close to any carrier.
Sure the Yamato was a mighty ship. A shame it's gone. But there's a reason no battleships sail the oceans anymore. Aircraft carriers can do more damage over a wider terrain than any battleship. Even the Yamato.