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Not sure if you caught this yesterday, but Alex Rodriguez showed up to the YES Network set to speak with a very, very sleepy Mike Francesa, who must have mistakenly gotten some caffeine free Diet Coke, because he was out like a light for most of the conversation…
Somebody is screwing over the NFL and MLB, and they’re not happy. If they lose this court case, they claim they’ll move all broadcast rights to cable. That would make us sad. Details, after the jump.
Betcha didn’t know that in 10 seasons you can generate more unique MLB schedules than there are atoms in the universe. (It’d be weird if you did.) Also, betcha didn’t know that every MLB schedule was generated by a couple living in seclusion on Martha’s Vineyard. Here’s how they did it.
We noted earlier this week that the MLB made a major mistake in scheduling the World Series by having four of seven possible games compete directly with the NFL. As bad as that looks for the league and the sport in general (“Hey, did you watch the World Series? Me neither. Oooh, Jaguars-Vikings is on!”), the real loser is FOX.