There are 2,430 major league baseball games that are played in a stretch of about 180 days each season.
All are televised, and I’ll be honest, I don’t follow the sport nearly as closely as the CFL or NHL.
On occasion, my indifference carries over to the playoffs.
Every fall, the Canadian Football League playoff picture heats up and, let’s face it, we are a hockey nation. I always look forward to the start of the National Hockey League’s regular season in October.
Having said that, this 2017 World Series between the Dodgers and Astros is must-see television.
We are five games in, and have seen a pair of two run games and two one run games that have both gone to extra innings.
My apologies to pitchers, or fans of the pitchers’ duel, but Sunday’s fifth game that featured seven home runs was incredible.
Indifference has turned in to appointment viewing. Major League Baseball has saved its best for last.