07-05-2004, 06:18 PM
I saw on ESPNNews this morning that the AL won the interleague season 126-125 (with the Sox-Phillies I believe the one last game to play). The AL dominated in the AL parks and the NL dominated in the NL parks, going 12-2 yesterday. I just wonder if it's still worth it to have teams from one league playing around 10% of the schedule against the other league, especially when winning in the other league's ballparks seems to be quite unlikely. I think one thing that has to be done is that teams in the same division have to have identical interleague schedules so that a differentiation in those games can't decide the division.