The WBC certainly is proof that a true “world” series is something that must eventually happen.
The question is where is A-Rod now? My guess is that you would have an easier time finding Waldo.
The one-game Wild Card is the best idea baseball has had in a long time.
Melky Cabrera is the latest in a long line of baseball players who thought he could get around the rules.
There is more hot air pumped into this basically meaningless game than the Goodyear Blimp.
Hang on, New York; it's going to be a bumpier ride than sitting in a roller coaster car on the Cyclone at Coney Island.
Santana not only achieved what no Mets pitcher has ever done, but he exorcised the demons of the franchise in the process.
By expanding the playoffs to include ten teams, the idea is to no doubt push the playoffs to a longer (and more lucrative) format.
So take it from a Mets fan who knows Bobby V's act - the devil is in the details.
The problem here is not that a guy got past the process for the first time after being ruled a violator, but with the guy who got the pass.