Should the Milwaukee Brewers move back to the American League?
When the Brewers were in the American League, they were a big rival in the central division, especially with the Twins. Now that the Brewers are in the National League, the Twins only play them 6 times a year. What I think the MLB should do is move the Brewers back to the central division in the American League and move the Royals to the west division in the American League. I know there would be one team from each league without an opponent, but to solve this problem, inter league play should be scattered throughout the season.
No, they shouldn't. and the Twins don't play them every year- only the years where the AL Central plays the NL Central do they play.
Re-alignment has been discussed to death, and no matter how you do it, one team is going to end up with a better record than a division winner, but not make the playoffs, because of the strength differences between divisions.
The only true, fair alignment would be to lump all 30 teams into one league with one set of rules, do away with all divisions, play a fairly balanced schedule, and take the top 8 teams at the end of the year and have them play the 3 rounds of playoffs.
The MLB should add two more teams to make the leagues even. Here's my suggestion:
1) Move the Brewers back to the AL, giving each league 15 teams
2) create two new teams, one in the AL and one in the NL (New Orleans needs one; the other in either Austin, Las Vegas, or the Carolinas)
3) use the NFL four division technique, making each league have four divisions with four teams each
This would be the more fair, since today the average AL West team (1/4) theoretically has a much easier time making it to the playoffs than the average NL Central team (1/6)
are you high
that would screw everything up