Apr 1, 2013, 9:12 AM EST
Joe Posnanski starts out his latest column pretending to be a crotchety old man about Opening Day and tradition but then reminds us that, no, it doesn’t make a difference if things are different now than they were when we were all eight years-old:
And, no, when you cut through the nonsense, it doesn’t matter that the first game is at night or that the Astros are in the American League now or that weird matchups like Reds-Angels will pepper the schedule for six months. So what? Baseball’s back.
We can grumble about how things are now. The changes. The innovations. But it’s still baseball.
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- Two thoughts about the elimination of home plate collisions (95)