The Indians get to play the Devil Rays 10 times this year, while the Tigers only get them 7 times. Meanwhile, the Indians only have to play the Yankees 6 times, while the Tigers get them 8 times. I figure that is about a 3 or 4 game swing in favor of the Indians. What luck. Why can't they have symmetrical schedules? The Indians have to beat the Tigers by at least 5 games, in order for it to be a bona fide division championship. Otherwise, this unfair schedule will forever be my bogeyman. They should go back to 2 divisions with 7 teams in each. Get rid of the Marlins - they draw no one. Probably the Devil Rays, too. Florida doesn't need a team, they have Spring Training. Everyone living there is a transplant anyways - they all root for their northern team that they left for no taxes and smoother joints. Then cut the schedule to 158 games. They can still have their beloved interleague play, too - 18 for each team. Then play your division foes 14 times each (84 games), and the other division teams 8 times each (56 games). Get rid of the wild card - only the two division winners in the LCS's. Play a 9 game series in the LCS and WS. Do a format of 3-4-2 with the team with the best record getting home field. Play more DH's and get the post-season done by October 15th. I should be Commissioner.