Found April 11, 2013 on The Outside Corner:
PLAYERS: Pete Rose
TEAMS: Chicago White Sox
With MLB choosing to realign to two 15-team leagues this season and introducing year-round interleague play, it has created the sentiment that a holy war is coming over interleague play and the adoption of the designated hitter. To some, the realignment is seen as the move that set in motion the inevitable adoption of the DH by the National League. However, those who inexplicably enjoy watching pitchers hit have proposed that the Junior Circuit take their DH and shove it. There is a middle ground here that is slowly starting to emerge: expanding the league to two 16-team leagues and abandoning interleague play. That is a fair and sensible compromise that should make fans on both sides happy. Alas, such a solution appears to be too good to be true. Expansion always seems like a cool idea because it means new teams in new cities and new things are fun. The last few round of expansion were very well received because they created teams in states that were seemingly primed, if not st...
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