Let it be known—I hate Interleague baseball.
I hate the manufactured rivalries, and I especially hate the chaos it encourages in lineups.
While understandably big in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and perhaps Missouri (if you are into the whole cross-state rivalry, in the same way that Ohio State and Michigan football can be considered rivals lately), for a Bostonian, it is nothing more than a pain.
That being said, the intrigue of the pitcher hitting is still something worth watching. Pitchers are further behind the curve with the bat than ever these days, but there are always a few who can really add value with the lumber, a certain "hidden value" over the course of the season, and in a game.