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RE: Cajun PBP guy doesnt like Easter Sunday Baseball
Actually, the Cajuns have played at home on Easter. If I went back and looked, I'd guess I've been on the road more often than not, but I've had home weekends.

We'll agree to disagree on the Easter baseball thing. I'll go with it for pro baseball but not in college.

My biggest point was the reasons coaches have given are pretty lame. They'll change it when it's convenient for them.

"Baseball is made for Easter" is better than anything they've come up with, I'll give you that much LOL

This piece had little to do with any of my personal frustrations. I just don't think it's right to keep college age athletes away from their families or their right to celebrate the most important day on the Christian calendar when it can be avoided.

As I said, they'd give up Sunday baseball in a second if they could be on TV on Thursday. And we all know it.
04-22-2014 02:42 PM
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