Professional sports leagues are back into play and the New York Times put together a list of some rule changes that they feel would make the different sports more interesting.
If you own a team that finishes last in the division three years in a row, you and your family must divest entirely.
But the team stays put.
I like this one too.
If leagues can have a salary cap, they can have a concessions cap, too.
Tie ticket and concessions prices to the team’s current record or its last championship. Last place? Your beer is a buck.
Would have made the Chargers’ season last year a lot more fun.