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    So, we are done with the Dodgers in 2020 by the middle of April???

    Still too much inter-league play. Need less inter-league play, cut down the 19 games against division opponents to around 14, and play a few more games against teams in your own league.

    r/Esteemed Rat

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    We only play the Cubs 5 games before the All-Star Break and 2 of those games are in London. 13 games after the break.

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    I agree with Rat on cutting back the interleague games. Personally I think there should only be six, which would be a home and home with your “natural geographical rival”. Ours would be KC. Most teams have a natural geographical rival from the other league but not all.

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    So, you were against Pujols coming to St. Louis?

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    So, you were against Pujols coming to St. Louis?

    Absolutely. That contrived drama drove me bananas. Goold got at least 10 columns out of it.

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    No road trips up to the Tampa region next year is interesting. The longest trip appears to be Fort Myers.

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    gscottar, I hope you realize you may be in the minority about Albert’s visit. I did not care for the hype, either, and did not join in, but the fans overall seemed to enjoy the visit of Albert, Trout and the Angels immensely.

    BHC, the longest trip is to North Port, the new spring home of the Braves.

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    gscottar, I hope you realize you may be in the minority about Albert’s visit. I did not care for the hype, either, and did not join in, but the fans overall seemed to enjoy the visit of Albert, Trout and the Angels immensely.

    I am in the minority a lot of the time in relation to the “average Cardinal fan” so I am used to it.

    I like playing geographical rivals but that is about the only appeal interleague has with me.

    Games like Cards-Royals, Yanks-Mets, Nats-Orioles, Red Sox-Phillies, Rays-Marlins, Tigers-Pirates, Reds-Indians, Cubs-White Sox, Twins-Brewers, A’s-Giants, Dodgers-Angels, etc….all make sense to me. Most of the others do not.

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    BHC, the longest trip is to North Port, the new spring home of the Braves.

    Thanks Brian. North Port is about an hour north of Fort Myers. I was thinking it was closer. Still surprised there are no games against the Yanks or other Tampa based teams.

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