Frigid Approach: MLB Strikes Out with Postseason Scheduling

Posted: 19th October 2009 by PJ Ross in MLB
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As I watched the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Angels go at it for Game Three of the ALCS, I couldn't help but notice one thing. No snow caps. No mittens. No heat warmers in the dugout. The teams are enjoying a beautiful day in the California sunshine without a cloud in the sky. Then tonight, there will be Los Angeles Dodgers locking up with the Philadelphia Phillies for Game Four of the NLCS. In snow caps. And mittens. And packing heat warmers to regain feeling in their limbs. So why would you possibly schedule the west coast game for the early time slot and the east coast for primetime? Not only will the weather be considerably cooler in the primetime slot for the Dodgers and Phillies, but also it is far less convenient for fans in the city of Brotherly Love to make their way to the s ...

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