A few years ago, Major League Baseball (MLB) considered radical realignment, where the Majors we knew would be altered drastically. That didn't happen, and baseball ended up sending Houston from the NL to the AL.
Fast forward to today. I went to Ballpark Digest, a site dealing with baseball stadium news, and I found this article:
I'm on the fence on the proposal. Sure some realignment would be nice, but kicking around 20-40 teams seems more extreme than I would think.
What do you baseball fans think? (Sorry for singling out one member, but I would like to hear from @HectorNY.)
It took me until 9 PM Arizona Time, but here's my report.
Dad and I parked in the black lot just south of State Farm Stadium. We did walk a smile while to get to the stadium. Dad had a hard time getting the ticket to be scanned. (Yes, SFS is a digital-only facility.) Afterwards, I walked around the entire lower concourse. (Kinda a nice feat, considering I haven't been walking on a normal basis. :blush: ) Dad gave us nice seats in the upper deck. Kudos.
The game was wild. After the Falcons getting an opening-drive TD, the Cardinals score 17 unanswered. The teams traded field goals to end the half.
The Cardinals increased the lead to 27-10. Then the Falcons tied the game with a run of their own. With 5:18 left in the game, Cardinals QB Kyler Murray found RB David Johnson on a pass I'm still can't believe connected for a 14-yard TD. Then Falcons QB found RB Devonta Freeman for a 12-yard score.
Possibly the play that backfired the most is the Falcons