Interleague play was all fun and good, but things are going back to normal in Major League Baseball on Monday. For the next couple weeks, it's back to American League vs. American League and National League vs. National League. Phew... It's a pretty big week in the American League, as we're going to see some intriguing division battles take place between the Toronto Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays, the Detroit Tigers and the Cleveland Indians, the Los Angeles Angels and the Oakland Athletics and so on.
For the first time all season, Major League Baseball's weekly schedule will consist pretty much entirely of interleague games. For the next seven days, the American League and National League will fight for the fate of the universe.... Read Post
Baseball purists hate interleague play, preferring that American League and National League teams do not meet until the World Series. And you wonder why pro football is now the No. 1 sport in America. The problem with interleague pl... Read Post