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Yes, exactly this. No divisions. Just NL and AL. Top 4 teams in each make the playoffs. Simple. Fair. Winning baseball games is hard, there is no reason a team that wins less games should be in just because they played in a different division. It rewards the winner of a poor division over the runner-up in a tough division. Dumb.
When I lived in San Diego (read year-round golf weather), we had two places that tried this concept, or something akin to it. The first one was smack dab in the middle of downtown, targeting the lunch crowd and after work market. This was a very nice facility - two sided with two decks, plenty of stations. Putting green, bar and grill, full pro-shop... my friends and I really enjoyed it. Alas, it never made enough to stay open for very long. New ownership would cycle through and reopen with most of the "extras" stripped away. I imagine it's closed and razed over by now. The other place was out in the burbs near Qualcomm - Stadium Golf & _____. Run of the mill range and a little pro shop. It sold beer and snacks. It also had a large batting cage facility which added a second target market. I believe this place is still open. (Current S.D. residents could chime in as my info is a few years stale. Downtown was near A Street and the train station. Stadium was off of I-15 just north of the 8 junction.) Point being is that the difference between the two was customer potential. Unless you're a destination golf operation, you're depending on the same group of people coming back over and over. That's hard in golf from what I have seen. If you can appeal to others, then maybe...
Colombia has gorgeous women. Some years ago I was meting with a high government official and he asked me what I thought of Colombia. I said Colombia was "almost perfect". He obviously went on to ask why "almost". I responded that Colombia would be a "perfect" country when they legalized polygamy. He laughed, but then asked me "have you realized that more wives mean more mothers in law? I laughed too and said "Never thought of that. You are right. I better stay monogamous"
Depending on my distance, I would rather use my 4H to get myself out of some deep rough. I find that an iron just pops a ball out and never the way I intend. My hybrid, with decent contact will get the ball out and eat up alot of yard along the way. But everyone's game is different! My 4H distance is 200+