Baseball is a game where teams are currently trying to innovate to gain a slight advantage over other teams. The Yankees failure to do this has become almost their franchise identity, but missing another opportunity this year is nonetheless unfortunate.
Who is it who claims the high salaries of Major League Baseball players are more justifiable than the huge income of Wall Street and corporate CEOs? None other than 95-year-old Marvin Miller the former head of the player's association.
Let me get this straight: Kuroda, an outstanding and under-appreciated NL pitcher, is going to pitch well in the AL East because he'shad success pitching in the NL West, where he made 20 of 32 starts in notorious pitching heavens? Just because?