Dan discusses the Baseball and the Designated Hitter
For the longest time Major League Baseball has had no designated hitter in the National League.
That needs to change, period.
A pitcher taking a fastball to the ribs costs teams potential playoff spots and Championships. People always complain the quality of pitching is a joke. Maybe it’s because so many wind up on the DL going to bat. Or, they can’t hone their craft and become shells of what they could’ve been. A pitcher is a specialist much like a goalie in the NHL, and needs to be treated that way.
Message to the commissioner of baseball: for the sake of the game, force the NL to adapt the Designated Hitter spot on their teams’ rosters! http://bit.ly/2e73nCR