Friday, April 25, 2014

In Defense of the Sport

In case you didn't see it elsewhere, Alan Barra has written a great piece in the Atlantic debunking what he calls "The 4 Bigggest Myths About Baseball." They are:

  • Baseball isn't as competitive as football.
  • Baseball games are too long.
  • Baseball's talent pool has been diluted by expansion and competition from other sports.
  • Baseball is declining in popularity.
If you believe any of these, or you find yourself getting in arguments with people who do, you ought to click the link.

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