I'm posting this out of the season chat stuff cause I think it's an important issue...
I was wondering if it's possible too artificially change the interleague schedule for next year (and the years after that). Every year the AL west plays the NL West, the AL East vs the NL East, and the AL central vs the NL Central.
Is it possible for you to set it so maybe next year the AL East plays the NL West, the AL Central plays the NL East, and the AL West plays the NL Central or something like that? That way, everybody gets to play each other. I mean, I'd love to compete with BlueLeafs and prove who's the greatest Canadian. I'm sure other people have rivalries that they'd love to play out, but can't because they'll never face each other during the season or interleague. I want to play other teams in the AL that I probably won't get a chance to face unless both teams make the WS. Cause as of now I'd probably never (or rarely) play a team in the Central or East divisions.
I don't want to sound like I'm complaining because of the fact that I play Oakland and LAA every year. Yeah, it probably effects the NL playoffs, but I'm not complaining about the strength of the schedules here.
So yeah, I guess my big question is - is it possible that in the future you could either randomize, or change the scheduling so that in interleague different divisions play each other? Is there an option to say in interleague X divisions plays Y division? If not, is there a way to make it happen?