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body complains that NFL, NHL, or NBA games are too long .But at least 45-50 minutes of each MLB game is commercials and could be reduced with soccer-style advertising as Mr. B mentions below. There are currently two minutes between each half-inning plus for pitching changes and sometimes now replays. Not that field changes are instantaneous, but they re kept artificially long as a why not commercial slot. I don t know if constant commercial breaks provide more revenue to the league than ads placed virtually on the field or on the players jerseys. If that s the case, then that s all any of us need to know. 1) Its not that they take a long time, its that there is no time element to the game. Think of the excitement of any other sport where there is a tie game with short time left. Every other sport focuses on time. Power play time. Shot clock time. Two minute drill. Baseball has no comparison and it is the #1 detriment to the sport. I don t even know that you could fix that aspect of the game and it means its hard to get excited. 2) So many of the heroes of baseball cheated by taking drugs. If the best that exist aren t even real, why pay attention at all? Why not field a group of fake athletic robots to play the games? Now this happens in other sports, no doubt, but when you think of world record holders in baseball, so many got there by cheating. Compare to football and you won t find the same.3) There really aren t any extraordinary athletic feats to accomplish during the course of the game. Oh a guy laid out to catch a ball that was almost a home run? Oh a triple play? Great that s the coolest play you ll ever see in baseball https://www.wildteamgoods.com/wild-jerseys/luke-kunin-jersey.aspx. You can basically name what the best possible plays are (home run, triple play or a good steal) in baseball and that s all they ll ever be. You can t get a 4 out play. You can t hit farther than a home run. And its either a good steal (you made it) or it wasn t (you didn t make it) https://www.wildteamgoods.com/wild-jerseys/cal-o-reilly-jersey.aspx. The options of what can happen in baseball are finite and known. Its more a game of life size chess with basically no ability to do something outside the boxpare to football. Every single year in football there is the catch or the hit or the run of the year that is unlike anything we ve seen before. Think of the one handed Odell Beckham Jr. catch a few years back, it was the top play on Sportscenter forever because people had never seen such an amazing catch before. Its still revered as one of the greatest catches of all time.4) One of the greatest of all time in baseball was an overweight alcoholic with a slew of bad habits. Again this builds on number 3 that being a baseball player doesn t require you to be some athletic superhuman and lowers the perceived bar of baseball players. Whether that s actually true or not doesn t matter, its the perception. Kids don t want to look up to someone that they could find at the local dive bar.5) Essentially no contact with few exceptions. Unfortunately humans have and will probably always enjoy contact sports more than non-contact. Its been that way since the dawn of man and probably won t change. Contact equates to a struggle, a battle of muscle and wit. Hitting a ball and running to base doesn t symbolize the besting of an opponent as you may feel after watching a defensive lineman tear through a few offensive lineman and drag the quarterback down like a lion catching a gazelle. Or a basketball player who jumps up and over any defense to slam dunk the ball in the defenders face. Or the legal fighting and checking that occurs in hockey. Number 1 could just as easily be seen as a positive. You re down by 4 going into the 9th? Well, your top of the order is coming up, you have a chance. Down by 4 TDs in the 4th quarter? Welp your chances aren t great.As for number 2, baseball enjoyed a renaissance when their roided up sluggers were smashing 60+ home runs in the late 90s-early 2000s. I can understand having a problem with steroids, but it hardly made the game less popular. Number 3 is absurd. That s like saying In football there s only so many outcomes: touchdown, fumble, interception, or incomplete pass . Either you completed the pass, or you didn t. Or in basketball you can t make a 4 point shot , or in hockey you can t score a two point goal. Baseball is the only sport that has a finite limit to what you can do? Oh a guy ran for a 60 yard touchdown? Great that s happened a billion times in NFL history. Every sport is a matter of personal interest. I m a hockey fan, first and foremost. For years I never watched baseball too slow. But, then my son began playing (but not t-ball), and watching his games made me realize I like it. I admit I can t watch a whole game on TV, but I ll watch a few innings. It is indeed interesting.Many years ago I was a football fan. Now I can t stand it. Five-second play..whistle ..huddle hike whistle..etc. Ho hum. Then a time-out. Then somebody runs out to squirt water into the players mouths. Huddle.Some people like to watch soccer oh god talk about boring. (see what I mean..a matter of personal interest). The new time clock in force at Coca Cola Field, has made some difference in game times. It already caused a manager to be thrown out of the game. His pitcher was called on time delay and the ball penalty cause the batter to get a base on balls. Penalties are a ball against the pitcher or a strike against the batter.At the same time it appears the time designated between each 1/2 inning has effected entertainment action. Buster Bison and a kid race is from 1st base to 3rd base. 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