Not a Marathon, More Like an Intergalactic Journey
Spring unofficially begins today, no matter what your thermometer or any pesky groundhog thinks. Pitchers and catchers report to spring training for the first few ...
What does that have to do with politics? Well, the baseball season is interminable. Spring training lasts six weeks, then the regular season is 162 games long and then the playoffs start. A seven-game World Series wouldn't conclude until October 30.
But when the final out is recorded, we still won't have made it to Election Day. Voters go the polls on November 4. Politics, therefore, has the longest season of any major American sport.
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