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2007-05-17 22:16
by Bob Timmermann

Interleague play starts tomorrow, but there is always one series that matches two NL teams.

So for those who refuse to watch interleague play, here's your calendar:

May 18-20 - Arizona at Pittsburgh

June 8-10 - Chicago at Atlanta (with one game before the second set of interleague games start)

June 11-13 - New York at Los Angeles

June 15-17 - San Diego at Chicago

June 18-20 - San Francisco at Milwaukee

June 22-24 - Philadelphia at St. Louis


2007-05-18 07:48:58
1.   Gen3Blue
I better take a look at the D's schedule. Could be a bruising stretch ahead, both for the D's and my sleep habits.
2007-05-18 08:06:58
2.   Bob Timmermann
The Dodgers play six with the Angels, six with the Blue Jays, and three with Tampa Bay.
2007-05-18 08:10:04
3.   Gen3Blue
Worse still, I suspect I won't get Saturdays LA extravaganza on DTV. Local stations have the rights to each team, and I think Fox may own saturday till 7:00pm (The game begins at 6 PT I think.)
2007-05-18 08:13:57
4.   Bob Timmermann
Saturday's Dodgers-Angels game won't be on Extra Innings because it's only be covered by over-the-air stations. KCAL, Channel 9, for the Dodgers broadcast and KCOP, Channel 13, for the Angels broadcast.
2007-05-18 08:24:41
5.   Gen3Blue
I hope gameday runs. Life can be tough. Drawing Toronto and Tampa Bay I suppose offsets having to play six with the LA Angels of Los Angeles. And meeting Wastington kind of balances the Mets in that stretch.(Not to mention Tracy's raiders.)
2007-05-18 08:26:20
6.   Gen3Blue
And apologies to Sam DC but that was really a typo!
2007-05-18 14:21:45
7.   Westernmost in Flavor
I really wish that MLB would just balance the AL and NL at 15 teams apiece. There would always need to be at least one interleague matchup but they could still have the interleague weekends with "traditional rivals" a couple of times a year. Of course for this to be accomplished, the unbalanced schedule would need to be reworked, if not scrapped completely.
2007-05-18 14:36:39
8.   Westernmost in Flavor
To elaborate on my master plan:

6 divisions of 5 teams each (3 per league)

Each team plays:
1) 57 games within its division (games per team: 14, 14, 14, 15)

2) 60 games vs. the rest of the league (6 vs. each league opponent not within same division). A total of 117 intraleague games.

3) 45 interleague games (3 vs. each team in other league)

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