There was a time when the worst criminals in the bloody empire were sent down to New South Wales as punishment for their transgressions. But really, sending people there for a mere beanball war seems a bit extreme:
US Major League Baseball is coming to Sydney, with the opening series of next season – between the LA Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks – to be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground next March.
In a $13 million coup for the state government, the opening series of the MLB will be held at the SCG on Saturday March 22 and Sunday March 23 – the first time a competitive US baseball fixture will be held in Australia and only the sixth time one has been staged outside America.
Or maybe this is something done independent of last night’s stuff. I dunno.
I guess this means it would be rude of the Dodgers to release Peter Moylan before next season, huh?
And if Luke Prokopec and Dave Nilsson don’t throw out the first pitches at each game, some people are going to have to take a long look in a mirror and think about their priorities.