I suffer from insomnia often, waking up in the middle of the night and I cannot get back to sleep. I seem to be getting more of it as I get older. I’ve been experimenting with ways of calming my mind of all of the tasks I have to do and my concerns. One method I use is going through mentally, lists with sporting themes.
Last night the topic was Major League Baseball and I was comparing the American and National League cities. I took the perspective of a player and considered which set of cities would be more enjoyable to visit and play in. I took into account the quality of the team, the history of the stadium, attractions the city has to offer, etc. I came to the conclusion that is slightly better to have a predominately American League schedule. I rated the American League East and Central over the National league’s East and Central divisions. The National League West would be better than the American League. For example, traveling to San Diego, Denver and Phoenix, in my opinion, is more interesting than playing in Dallas, Houston and Seattle.
I then made my ideal league from this perspective. What would be the ultimate League schedule? I came up with the following:
East Division – Boston, New York (Yankees), Toronto, Washington and Miami
Central Division – Milwaukee, Chicago Cubs, St. Louis, Detroit, Minnesota (I am biased towards the upper Midwest/Great Lakes region where I am from.)
West Division – Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego, Seattle, Colorado, San Francisco
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Bill, my sister Beth’s (Kovacich) daughter and her friend (male) are in Oasaka.
Her tentative plan is to attend the 2 pm English mass at Suita.
I follow your blog and told her you are from Caspian and that my husband was your Confirmation sponsor. She is pretty cool. Of course I could be a little prejudiced!