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Saturday, June 11, 2005

Tony's baseball insights

I managed to tune in some baseball on the tube tonight. Just an inning or two toward the end of a game that was utterly meaningless to me. National League teams are playing American League teams this weekend. There's been a lot of discussion of this little experiment lately, but I think Tony summed it up best yesterday:

i really dont like interleague play. its like if people said guys can walk around with their d***s out. you'd say, yeah i guess thats interesting, but after a few years ive had enough.

Read the whole uncensored version here.

Comments (2)

In MLB's case, if you can still see them after all the steroids, that is.

May I suggest the college baseball playoffs and upcoming College World Series as a refreshing change? Go Beavers. PING!!


Why MLB interleague play is a bad idea:

You and I are both American League ballclubs. We're battling for the wild-card playoff spot (best team not winning a division). For my 12 interleague games, I get to play the Brewers, Pirates and Astros. For YOUR 12 interleague games, you play the Phillies, Braves and Nationals. I win 10 out of 12 of my games against the patsies while you break even against tougher teams that I don't have to play. Then I finish a game ahead of you for the wild card spot and move on to postseason while you go home. Is that fair?

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