I didn't think that you had a sense of humour before reading this article:
“Enron,” I mean “Minute maid,” errr, check that - Houston, we have a problem. Apparently, Bud has given this lady decorating privileges on the playing field. I know Martha Stewart is busy and all, but how long before Juan Pierre goes head first into a Tampax ad because we need to attract more women? Depends undergarments to bring seniors? Where do we draw the line? What could possibly be next?
I mean it’s wonderful that you would remind me to check Mom for breast cancer before I fall asleep and all. That’s fine and dandy, but I’m not sure I want to think about some guy shoving his fingers in me on Father’s Day, of all days.
These are pictures that I just do not want in my head thank you.
As for the arguments - I really do not think that this is about money (for me at least, I do not speak for Bud). Bud stumbled onto a good idea in true Inspector Clouseau fashion. I dub him the Clouseau Commissioner.
Baseball has suddenly gotten old, very old. You see kids out at the parks because it is still a family event (as long as it remains affordable) but how many kids would watch baseball on TV (a full 3 1/2 hour game)? Zero. MLB has to do something to stop the stagnation.