Yesterday was Selection Sunday for the annual college basketball tournament we all know and love known as March Madness, and diehard basketball fans and casual observers alike will be pouring over their brackets for the next month.
In honor of the tournament kicking off, I've decided to take a look at what a bracket-style tournament of some of the greatest teams in baseball history would look like.
I began by selecting what I felt were the 32 best teams in the history of baseball and ranked them from No. 1 to No. 32. I then assigned the teams seeds from one to eight and broke them into four regions, with my No. 1 overall team playing my No. 32 overall team, and so on.
For the sake of pitching matchups, there will be a day off between each round. That way pitching depth at least comes into play a bit and it's not just a matter of who has the better No. 1 starter.
So here is a look at how I feel a March Madness bracket of the 32 best teams in baseball history would play out.
I look forward to hearing your takes on my selections.