Global World Series: Worst Idea Since Babies Slept in Cages

Posted: 7th January 2010 by Jesse Golomb in MLB
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In 1937, someone who wasn't very intelligent invented the product pictured above. If it isn't evident from the image or from this article's title, the Baby Cage was meant to give an infant some fresh air by suspending them outside of a window in a wire cage. Putting a child in a cage is inhumane enough, but hanging that cage dozens of feet above a busy street with nothing holding it up but thin metal rods borders on sadism.á Now, 73 years later, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig has come up with an idea that rivals the idiocy of the aforementioned invention. On Thursday, Selig said that he and Nippon Professional Baseball Commissioner Ryozo Kato concurred that a true World Series should be implemented. The "Global" World Series would see the winners of both America and Japan's Baseball Champions ...

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