Here is another guest post from Michael Prodanovich. He makes some very good points about the NL. Not enough to make me watch, but good points nonetheless. Oh, and "Jason" is J-Red. My cover is blown! Woe is me!
As he is a lifelong baseball fan as well, his point of view surprises me. You may say that the AL has superior talent, judged by an absurd run of All-Star game victories. But lets not forget the games that actually mean something, and in fact, mean the most. Since the Yankees won their third straight World Series and fourth in five years in 2000, the last six World Series have been split, with three won by the NL (Cardinals, Marlins, and D-Backs), and three won by the AL (Angels, Red Sox, and White Sox). Even including the Yankees run of dominance, and going back to 1995, it is only 7-5 in favor of the AL.