I wonder how they would feel about picking up a former Cy Young Award Winner with a 3-year deal that will only cost them $48M who has posted a 135, 123, and 113 ERA+ over the last three season (Hint: It's David Price, who they just traded)?
All I'm saying is that if every team in Triple-A can broadcast every single game they play through MiLBtv, there's no way MLB can't do the same thing for spring training and not make it work. It just doesn't pass the logic test.
I'm still shocked at how few Major League Baseball games are shown in some markets during spring training. I can't figure out how in an era where live sports are the only money maker on TV they aren't ALL broadcast. It's wild.
Institutions love it when you give them two-weeks notice that you are leaving. But they will never give you that when they are leaving you.
When I left my first newspaper job, and expressed regret, a very wise editor said to me something that has haunted me ever since: "Never be loyal to an institution because it will not be loyal to you." That harsh wisdom is in my brain today.