The Jury wrote:It's the Astros homefield for the next 3 games, so they should have homefield advantage. As commentators on the FAN 590 radio station were saying, the Astros have an advantage at home with the dome closed because it's so loud, that if you're not used to playing there then it can be difficult. It should be up to the Astros anyways, not up to MLB. They didn't bring in heaters to warm up Cell Field in Chicago to change the conditions, why do they feel the need/right to take away the Astros' homefield advantage?
Apples and oranges comparing a natural geographical advantage to a manufactured advantage. The Sox have to deal with the bad weather too, btw.
I think manufactured advantages are BS. But again, it's not really a big deal. Let em do it if they want.