Is MLB Interleague Play a Nuisance or Necessary?

Posted: 28th June 2010 by Mike Diamond in MLB
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After Ozzie Guillen joked with the press about the White Sox being moved to the National League because of a 15-3 record in Interleague Play this season (the best record in the majors in those games), I thought about where Interleague Play is and where it should go in the future. As this is Bud Selig's baby, along with the All-Star game, which "counts" for the World Series home-field advantage, I would like to offer some ideas to change it for future years.   1. To DH or Not DH If AL and NL umpires combined to become MLB umpires a few years back, there should be Major League rules that encompass all of baseball, not separate rules for each home park. Yes, baseball has currently nine games each at the AL and NL fields across the board, but I believe that to legitimize the game, interl ...

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