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I loved Dayn Perry's column today at Baseball Prospectus.  It sickens me to see all this NFL hype each year just as baseball careens toward the playoffs.  Football is more violent than baseball, for sure.  But it's definitely not more exciting.  Perry says it best:

"All of this is a long-winded way of saying: I can't begin to fathom how any football fan can say baseball is boring. In baseball, we have more action, no halftime, an infinitely better in-person experience, cheaper tickets, prettier girls and better weather. It's often said that football is made for TV. In my mind, that has more to do with the fact that it's a crashing bore from the stands than it does with any native telegenic merits. Whatever the case, most of America disagrees with me."


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