It's so nice to have a place where I can go to actually hear about Baseball. Since we got a DVR, I've taken to recording things that I want to watch, so I can fast forward through commercials and stuff that doesn't interest me and such. This has proven really helpful in particular with SportsCenter, where I can fast forward past Football, Basketball, Hockey, Rugby, Badminton, and whatever else they have on there that doesn't interest me, so that I can actually get to Baseball. This morning I had recorded an hour of SportsCenter. Here we are, in the next-to-last day of the regular season, with playoff races still going on, a crazy wild card situation, Andy Pettitte's last game (for those who care about that sort of thing), and all sorts of interesting stuff going on. During the entire 60 minutes of SportsCenter, there was a grand total of 0 seconds devoted to Baseball. Now, I guess something of note had happened for some college football team or some nonsense, but still, they found time to show other football games and whatnot too. But, not a single second for Baseball. I knew when the MLB Network was first announced that I would love it. It's great having something where I can turn it on, any time of day or night, and know there will be something Baseball-related on it (much better than being stuck watching infomercials 15 years ago). But still, it's sad that other channels have gotten to this point.