Many fans champ at the bit to get baseball rolling as the weather heats up. For many, especially in the north, have little chance of watching or getting a really good sense of what happens in spring training other than watching highlights and reading the box score.
As a Blue Jays fan and featured columnist, you have no idea the hype that is surrounding the Blue Jays in Toronto. I have already entertained the idea of taking time off work to make a trip down to Dunedin (their spring training home) to see how the new-look team looks. Speaking of the Blue Jays, has it ever happened that the opening day starter from one year turns into the team's fifth starter the following season? Can you tell that I am excited?
Many around the league will be excited to see spring training get underway. But how can they maximize their intake? Here are five ways that the MLB can make spring training more viewer-friendly.