The sense here is that baseball did not want to continue TBN.
That's the way it should be if baseball wants to avoid being the laughingstock of world sports.
"When they were asked if they wanted baseball, 70 percent answered yes."
And how many young boys watching baseball now want Oakleys?
I mean, if baseball wanted to do something about it, they'd set a standard and stick to it.
For one night, baseball wanted the product on the field to dominate the story.
All we're asking is we want him to go into an in-patient drug treatment program, which is different than what baseball wants.
Why baseball would ever want to put that lesson in a textbook, let alone make a required part of the curriculum, defies sense.
Would baseball have wanted an injured Scioscia to risk his career squatting behind home plate?
The day off would also prove that baseball wanted to display its best teams at their best.