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Balls are in the air, golf IS BACK

The PGA Tour got back on the course this morning at the Schwab Challenge at Colonial and summer can officially get rolling now that we’ll have golf to watch in the afternoon while it’s 100 degrees and the pool doesn’t sound refreshing. You’ll finally have something to watch at the 19th hole while trying to figure out how to stay out for one more even though you told your wife you’d be home in 15 minutes. We’re finally getting some sort of life back and have something to watch at the bars. You’re going to walk into a bar and 20 TVs are on golf and maybe a tape-delayed KBO game. Meanwhile, baseball can’t figure out how to get back on the field.

Here’s how crazy it is out there these days: the last two nights I’ve watched live coverage of boxing and NASCAR. And it wasn’t horrible. Word came down Tuesday that even the MLS is coming back before baseball. Think about that for a minute. America’s (former) pastime is giving up ground to soccer and it doesn’t take a genius to figure out how hard it’s going to be to get people back after losing them. There’s a very good chance MLS guy was/is a baseball fan. Now he starts taking all his money over to MLS, builds a relationship to the sport. One day baseball comes knocking on his door to get him back — too late, he’s formed a new loyalty. Rob Manfred has been a certified disaster to MLB owners and you can stick a fork in him if he can’t figure out a path to get these guys back on a field for July 4. That’s the date. Point of no return. Mark it down.

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Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.