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I know what you’re thinking. But I miss baseball! and Four days without Cheap Authentic Jerseys games that count is too many! Well, you’re being selfish. There. I said it. Someone has to.
Players don’t get that many days off throughout the season — it was even a topic the MLB Players Association brought up during the last collective bargaining agreement negotiations. And things kick off in February in spring training, too, so the season is longer than just April through September — and even longer still if a team makes the postseason.
Now if you’re one of the many All-Stars selected in a given year, you don’t even get those four days off. You’re flying into whatever city is hosting the game following your afternoon game on Sunday, put through a day of media availability and whatever activities MLB has planned for you, and then play in the Cheap China Jerseys All-Star Game and maybe even the Home Run Derby. That doesn’t sound like much of a break.
Players need a longer break, but fans could use it, too. Sure, it seems hard on Thursday night when you need the baseball fix you’re used to, but it’s the (non-mathematical) halfway point of the season. Take in the first half, give yourself time to relax and reset, and go see a movie or something. Spider-Man: Homecoming was great, and I’m particularly thrilled with Sony/Marvel’s decision not to make the titular character’s struggle involve The Plight of the Entire World. More of that in the future, y’all. Not everything needs to be apocalyptic to get your audience invested.