Year-round interleague play, you say?
It seems like every baseball fan hates interleague play, except me. I just don't care.
Why shouldn't teams play other teams? NFL has interleague games all the time. Doesn't seem to bother anyone in that sport. But if you mention interleague play in baseball, it's like you proposed that everyone has to give up their first-born child and live in a cardboard box for a year.
Not only do I not care about interleague play, but I enjoy it.
Can I name five Seattle Mariner players? Let's see... Ichiro, King Felix, uh... Who, What and I Don't Know?
That's a product of me being a Mets fan, for the Mets rarely playing the Mariners and, I guess, for the Mariners not being very good at baseball. But if the Mets played Seattle more, I'd know more players.
Interleague is good for baseball, good for fans, good for everyone.
I'm all for interleague. As long as the Mets still play the Phillies, Braves, Marlins and Nationals more than anyone else, I don't have a problem with this.
This all seems logical to me, but yet, I stand very alone in my stance on the AL playing the NL.
Why is it bad? Why do people hate interleague? Please, someone enlighten me in the comments.