remotely about computer games.
>You miss my point completly. I have ZERO interest in watching players
>come and go from the local team....(and all teams) year after year.
>product now stinks.
haven't competed for the playoffs in years. Such poor balance that
San Diego was forced into a fire sale that damaged their prospects for
the foreseeable future. Such poor balance that expansion teams like
Florida are doomed to years of frustration like the previous two or
Even in the worst-case scenarios being thrown around now (which I
don't believe), MLB is at least as well balanced as it was in the
"Golden Age", and these scenarios are extremely unlikely.
>The Players: The MLBPA could hardly give a damn if ticket prices go
>to either leave their market
fans seem to be showing credible restraint in this area.
well as they can, and the product on the field is as good as ever.
>their only concern is themselves. Very short-sighted...you just wait
someone can find postings five years from now...
>on without me......they don't care about me and I don't care about
>them so it works out great.
>I am surprised that more people don't care about the imbalance. Best
>way to show it is to not watch ANY games until they fix the sport.
because it doesn't exist.
Followups to rec.sport.baseball.
NEW! Innumeracy in action! "If ya want to look at stats,
back it up! There was only a mention of walks/OBA and