Now that spring is fully here, it's time to think about baseball.
Baseball has simple rules: Nine players, not ten. A grass field. A wooden bat. That's all.
So what the deuce is the deal with college baseball? They can't get even one of those things right. "The designated hitter digs in; here's the pitch--tink! It's a screaming grounder up the middle as it takes a fast hop off the artificial surface..."
So I hereby propose that college "baseball" be re-labeled as college "baseball-flavored sport," just like "chocolate" milk and American "cheese."