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Old 09-12-2013, 09:19 AM
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Originally Posted by doublem23 View Post
The unbalanced divisions caused some of that havoc, though, in the past, where there couldn't be a simple formula to make sure all teams played each other on a regular basis. Now that each league has 15 teams, I believe there is going to be a regular rotation of the other league's divisions for interleague. Kind of wish they could work it so you'd get each team at home every 3 years, but I guess this is the model the NFL uses and the league somehow makes it work...
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Originally Posted by Mr. Jinx View Post
There's 162 games in the season. The NBA can find a way to have a home and home for every team with a 81 game schedule. Why can't baseball find a way to have every team play each other each season?
The problem with MLB is that they have teams face their division rivals 18 times per team each year. That's overkill and it comes at the expense of seeing teams other than KC, Cleveland, Minn, and Detroit more often.
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