Major League Baseball has unveiled its schedule for the 2013 regular season and, as expected, interleague play has been tweaked to accommodate 15-team American and National Leagues.
Five teams, I imagine, are particularly upset with the announced changes.
In previous years, MLB clubs faced their foreign circuits 15-18 times, but that total will be increased to 20 games. Also, interleague interaction—which always used to conclude before the All-Star break—will now continue through summer's end.
Though commissioner Bud Selig strives to make decisions that are in everybody's best interest, his new AL-NL format has screwed over the following teams.