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Until offenses use the weakness of the defense it will continue. It is the only game to my knowledge that does that. Drives me nuts when the O's are down by two or three runs and need baserunners guys like Davis don't even try to go to the off field. It's like a huge water hazard in golf right in your landing zone and continually not changing your approach. Sometimes you have to take what the D gives you.
I actually put my reading glasses on and decided that I had missed an l when I spelled it at first! Thanks for the correction. Consonants are one of the first things to get lost on the journey across the ocean. Although, I suppose that doesn't explain the New Zealand City.
I agree. The previous positioning of players was not dictated by edict, it was the conventional wisdom about where a second baseman or shortstop should play in order to maximize the outs they made. Nothing has changed about the game except that we now have a bit better information on which to base our conventional wisdom.
A great game is not defined by the rules. The rules set the stage for performances.